The praise and support for our health care heroes is a wonderful thing and we must keep it up. At the same time, we must help our caregivers take care of themselves so they can serve our patients and communities. Kicking off Mental Health Awareness Month, this column from AHA Board Chair Melinda Estes, M.D., reviews important new resources available to help care providers, medical professionals and the general public maintain peak mental health and well-being.

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