A former Google and eBay executive, Stephanie Tilenius, has created an app to help people manage chronic illness.
Therapy can be helpful for people without mental health illnesses.
A new study found that a weight intervention program managed to help reduce the depression rate in black women.
According to a new article, researchers argued that self-control does not deplete throughout the day.
Researchers found that completing a goal could result in either shame or pride.
Fitness armbands that track one's fitness and eating patterns have gained popularity.
Researchers report that having self-discipline and control can lead to an overall happier wellbeing.
Researchers found empirical evidence that parents who push their children into activities could be attempting to fulfill their own ambitions and dreams.
Let this be a lesson to never say that you are too old to do something.
Study reports that people who play socially engaging video games are more likely to exercise and lower their body mass indexes.
How many people have put a goal of climbing Mount Everest on their bucket list?
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.