Reports claim that candidates and voters are undergoing post-election stress disorder as the hype subsides.
Smashing objects helps relieve stress and can be an alternate form of therapy. People put on protective gear, pick a weapon and choose the items they want to destroy.
Mother and infant can build a strong connection with each other through singing songs.
The study only included suicide attempts, not deaths. The new work makes an important contribution to identifying how laws limiting gay rights may affect psychological and physical health.
Just like the movie "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", deleting bad memories can be possible. But researchers have suggested that society need to develop ethical policies around the potential use of memory deletion.
It’s important that cops get psychological support to help them recover from traumatic incidents they face at work.
Social media reactions are starting to take over, thus it can potentially take down activism.
Studies reveal that fathers who cuddle and hug their babies form a stronger bond.
Children as young as five are calling a helpline to hear bedtime stories because their alcoholic parents are too intoxicated to put them to bed. Classic Disney tales, Horrid Henry books and Roald Dahl are popular with these children.
The public, psychiatrists and politicians have all weighed in on President Donald Trump's mental health. Politicians have announced the proposal of removing him from office.
Research shows that more than half of the doctors experience physician burnout. But UPMC and Microsoft created a partnership to use artificial intelligence to solve this problem.
What factors affect the decision of unmarried men to claim themselves father of a child?
Damaged man or alpha male? A book explores the perception of women when it comes to the man they want.
The depressions that mothers undergo before and after childbirth all well-known. But new study shows that new fathers are also prone to depression.
The earlier the intervention for autism, the better the outcome. Researchers believe being able to predict the likelihood of autism in children is one way of reducing the severity of the developmental disorder.
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.