A group of former addicts from Afghanistan has volunteered for the Bridge of Hope Health Organization to help addicts and former addicts get care and counseling to current drug users.
A recent study shows that different types of music help evoke what type of memory people remember.
In the latest in child development, researchers have scientifically proven the benefits of the stuffed animal sleepover programs.
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Americans are spending thousands on health care that they do not need.
Experts warn parents of the looming dangers that Adderall is used recreationally.
Experts suggest that emotions should be taught in schools.
Psychologists suggest that college students need mental health intervention.
The hype of marijuana legalization across the United States is starting to affect the young generation, thus pediatricians advice parent to take time and do the "weed talk."
Seniors are facing dangers after reports of rape surfaced on more that 1,000 nursing homes across United States.
The 911 Chicago police dispatchers undergone a training in mental health awareness shortly after the LeGrier incident.
Dr. M.K. Hamza came up with a term to describe the hardships Syrian children would have to go through which is worst that PTSD.
Kids of parents diagnosed with an anxiety disorders are seven times likely to inherit the anxiety disorder themselves.
A recent study shows relationship between dementia and the need for longer sleep but does not prove cause and effect.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.