A video of Prince William talking with Lady Gaga over FaceTime was released in connection with the royals' campaign on mental health. They believe that it is ok to say that you are not ok and if you need help in coping with mental health disorders.
Climate change puts a toll on American's mental health and wellness.
Some 2.3m children have fled Syria, and at least three million children under the age of six have known nothing but war. Toxic stress can disrupt the development of the brain and other organs and increasing the risk of addiction and mental health disorders in adulthood.
Climate protection is reported to be on the cutting block under Donald Trump.
The war in Syria has caused post-traumatic stress in Children. The end of the war may not be the end of it at all.
The study makes a strong pitch for PTSD screening in ERs.
Veterans prove that Floatation Therapy and Beekeeping are novel ways of dealing with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
There is a difference in the way the "love hormone" oxytocin affects males and females, says a new study.
The latest migrant crisis in Europe has led to the advancement of new psychological therapies that transcend the existing methods of helping victims who have faced multiple traumas such as war, rape, and torture
A new study found that mental health providers are unprepared when it comes to treating military veterans and their families.
Domestic abuse boosts the risk of baby blues and post-traumatic stress disorder in mothers, according to a new study.
Talk therapy may help undo biological changes associated with posttraumatic stress disorder, a new study suggests.
Anxiety disorders like post-traumatic stress disorder can develop after an overly stressful experience. Exposure therapy is a common treatment for those who suffer from an anxiety disorder because the patient tries to overcome their dear in a safe environment.
Scientists have discovered that they can reduce negative memory in a compound linked to human memory according to a new study.
Ghrelin, a chemical released in the brain after a stressful traumatic event might high up a person’s chance of developing posttraumatic stress disorder, according to a new study.
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.