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It is possible to overdo healthy eating. A new study pinpoints risk factors for the eating disorder orthorexia.
The connection between psoriasis and depression is clear. Finding the right treatment can help you heal inside and out.
As you get older, excessive anger could up your risk of chronic illness, a new study finds.
When your set your sights on the future, you just may lower your risk of depression and anxiety.
Even the most solitude-loving people get lonely sometimes. Here’s how to fight it.
While many people sing the praises of marijuana and its benefits, the drug isn’t without its risks. And the latest may affect your sedation levels in the operating room.
Contrary to decades of previous research, there’s no support for the idea that specific genes or gene variants increase your risk of depression on their own, according to a large new study from the University of Colorado Boulder.
From getting the right support to changing your sleep habits, schizophrenia alters your life. Here are just a few ways.
A large study suggests common pathogens, including one found in cat feces, are associated with an increased risk of serious psychiatric disorders and suicide.
Epigenetics theory offers hope that we can end genetic illness.