Nature Reduces Stress
If you don't see green when you look out the window, you're at greater risk of mental and behavioral health issues, a new study suggests.
A Shot for Sadness, Sluggishness, and Stroke
Those recently suffering a lacunar stroke should talk to their health care provider about vitamin supplementation, studies suggest.
Are You Eyeballing Me?
“Humans need social connections, and without them, people experience physical and psychological problems,” explains Eric Wesselmann , Ph.D., researcher from Purdue University.
Working Overtime is a Thrill Kill
Those who work 11+ hours each day are over twice as likely to have an episode of major depression, research suggests.
Helping You Helps Your Employer
While issues with mental health may cause problems with work, ignoring the issues will only make it worse, studies suggest.
Less is More When Treating Depression
Many people with depression also suffer from a variety of other diseases. A new study looked at how depression medications impacted other health conditions.
Most researchers believe environmental triggers may affect depression. There is new research suggesting a biological pre-disposition is found in your genes.
Comparing Childhood Mental Illnesses
When do mental illnesses start to display symptoms? A recent study shed light on the prevalence of psychiatric disorders in children, and the differences between the United States and another country.
Some Sadness is OK for Babies
Although postpartum depression is known to negatively impact the mental development of babies, little has been researched regarding when this hindrance occurs.
After Life is Almost Lost
In television series such as Law and Order and CSI, producers tug at the heartstrings of viewers with scenes encapsulating the grief of victims and their loved ones, yet how many understand the real implications of such devastating trauma?