By Jon Melegrito
Over the years, federal agencies in the nation’s capital typically honor Filipino American History Month – which ended a few days ago – with programs featuring cultural presentations, book readings by literary figures, lectures on history and, of course, Filipino cuisine.
By Tina G. Santos
At least 800,000 survivors of Super Typhoon “Yolanda” (Haiyan) may have suffered from different levels of mental health problems, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
By Raymond Fong
For Dolaphine Kwok, the euphoria of graduating from college was quickly replaced by a growing unease about the road ahead.
By Katherine Kam
Moving away from home and going to college can be stressful for anyone, but Asian-American students often face culturally related factors—model minority expectations and family pressures, among them—that can affect their mental well-being.
By Rose Paquette
Filipino Americans have higher rates of depression than the general US population, yet 75 percent of them have never used any type of mental health service. Fil-Ams also have a lower rate of seeking mental health treatment than other Asian Americans.