Is the Blue Monday concept for real or a figment of imagination?
Are all teenagers video game addicts?
A blood biomarker may hint if a pregnant woman is more likely to suffer from depression.
Can depression in college students be treated using mobile technology?
The IntelliCare consists of 13 speedy mini-apps that offer exercises to diminish self-criticism, worrying and stress.
Lower rates of depression and anxiety can be seen in people who are in job clubs.
Psilocybin, the active ingredient of magic mushrooms may have physical and psychological effects. Scientists, however, warn against the use of this substance.
Aromatherapy and essential oils have been shown to help those who suffer from insomnia and difficulty sleeping.
How is Christmas the happiest time of the year, yet present the highest rate of suicide?
7 percent of the entire population in the United States showed symptoms of Social Anxiety. The good news however to 15 million American adults who have suffered from this debilitating mental disorder is, the emerging alternative and effective program referred by psychologist as: Single Session Cure, or the Exposure and Response Prevention Therapy. The end goal of this program is this: To eradicate the growing number of patients who feel caged, powerless, alone, and ashamed because of Social Anxiety Disorder.
Researchers have discovered that depression is linked to digestive system disorders and anxiety leads to skin problems in teenagers.
Children who commit suicide and are aged below 12 years, are more prone to suffering from attention deficit disorder, than depression, according to a new study.
More than a million people in Britain are lonely and they are scared to admit their predicament, a new survey revealed.
A new study found that majority of antidepressants doesn't have an effect on kids and teens suffering from depression.
A new Cambridge study revealed that women are twice more likely to suffer from anxiety disorders than men.
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.