A comprehensive overview of addiction, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, depression, and schizophrenia, including symptoms and diagnosis, finding the right care, and inspiring testimonials from patient experts living with the conditions.
What do you say? What don’t you say? Reaching out to a loved one with depression takes thought and deliberation. Here is a helpful guide.
New research reveals the long-term effects of pandemic-related loneliness on kids—and why it may take up to a decade to fully realize its impact.
The Women’s Preventive Services Initiative is recommending that all women over 13 years old get screened for anxiety, due to its prevalence and far-reaching impacts on quality of life.
George Floyd’s killing is a stark example of how police killings can impact the mental health outcomes in black communities.
We’re living through a period of collective grief and pain, and it will resonate in people’s lives for years. Here, trauma survivors share what they’ve learned along the way.
Now more than ever, it’s important to talk about how you’re feeling.
Research shows that loneliness is just as risky as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. But in this era of social distancing, what can we do?
When bipolar disorder is in the relationship mix, you can expect to face challenges. You can also count on happiness.
Olympian figure skater Gracie Gold is bringing new awareness to what it’s like to face—and accept—mental illness.
Experts say if pain meds and physical therapy alone aren’t easing your osteoarthritis pain, cognitive-behavioral therapy might help.
Keep calm and menstruate on. Your anxious mind isn’t doing your cycle any favors.