A recent chemical attack happened in Syria with almost 70 killed. How does these wars affect the children?
Experts say that virtual clinics are the most plausible solution to fight against mental illness and the danger it poses.
A recent story cultivates how being alone is good for the mental health of everyone. Choosing solitude can actually boost one's health because of the opportunity to be restorative, innovative and independent.
Everyone's minds decline as they grow older. To help in slowing down the brain's deterioration, a health expert shares the causes of the brain to age faster and what people should avoid doing.
Walking and talking with a therapist feels more relaxed than being in an office, clients say.
Heuristics or mental shortcuts often lead to bad decision-making, psycologists suggests.
It claims a success rate of 98 percent using a technique the owner developed.
After President Donald Trump signed an executive order to dismantle Barack Obama's climate change efforts, the American Psychological Association releases a new report on the psychological effects of climate change. The report states that people living in susceptible regions to be impacted by global warming have a high risk to develop mental health disorders.
The Families Managing Media founder discloses negative effects of social media on middle school kids. Since their brains have not yet fully developed, this can, later on, impact their behavior to adulthood.
Psychologists from Nigeria have spotted an easier way to prevent memory slips.
A person’s physical and cognitive health decline as he or she grows older. However, a recent research exhibits the mental health benefits of dance that improves a person’s overall wellness while aging.
Dog ownership is linked to a variety of health benefits.
Researchers found virtual reality therapy effective in reducing pain among hospitalized patients.
Research suggests that lonely people have more severe cold symptoms compared to their peers that are happy
Experts explain the effects of social media bragging on a person's mental health.
For all intents and purposes, the "War on Drugs" ended when nearly every state passed a law for recreational or medical marijuana use. The truth is, however, that law enforcement officers everywhere still actively pursue drug arrests. If you've been arrested for illicit drug use, you need to take the charges seriously. While there may be a valid defense or a program that can get you out of trouble for a first offense, the stigma can haunt you for a lifetime.