People with severe mental health conditions, including bipolar disorder and schizophrenia, are more than twice as likely as those without mental health issues to develop type 2 diabetes, report researchers at the University of California.
Suicide is the 10th most frequent cause of death in the U.S.; in 2016, there were nearly 45,000 suicides.
Why do so many successful people take their lives? The tragedy of Kate Spade’s death shatters misconceptions about suicide: that it is attached to failure.
New research says that time socializing with family, friends, and neighbors increased life satisfaction ratings.
The human brain focuses on social information and social learning even while at rest and outside of social situations.
Older workers feel significantly more stress than younger ones when employers don’t provide them with sufficient resources to do their jobs well, according to a new study.
Tobacco is the clear worldwide winner when it comes to drug-related adverse health effects, according to a comprehensive review of data on alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug use.
While medication can be a key aspect of ADHD treatment, there are things you can change in your daily life to help, too.
According to a survey from the health insurance company Cigna, loneliness is a significant problem in the United States and affects most adults to some degree.
Some believe that if we can alter the contents of a dream, we can better address our fears.