Have a challenging family? The New York Times asked crisis negotiators for tips to help keep family conflicts in check.

Even in the calmest of families the holidays can be difficult, especially if it is the first holiday after a death or other major changes.

For kids, this website has some great tips to keep stress low.

And the Mayo Clinic has wonderful tips for adults to help make the holidays more fun and less stressful.

If you’re currently uninsured or are unhappy with your insurance plan, the time to change your plan is coming up. Open enrollment for government-sponsored health care plans begins on November 15 and continues through February 15. This is a chance to change your insurance or enroll for the first time. The penalties for not signing up for health care increase this year, so it’s important to find out what your options are.

Visit Healthcare.gov and learn what your options are. You may be eligible for Medicaid under the recent expansion or a rebate. If you find the website confusing, there are people who can help you.

Health care reform means that individuals now can have physical health, mental health and substance abuse treatment covered.

Learn how you can make a difference!

Prescription Pain Medication and YOU! from CATV 8/10 with Dr. Gilbert Fanciullo from DHMC.

Teen Suicide Prevention

Mental illness and alcohol and other drug abuse can be linked together. We can help.

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