A recent story cultivates how being alone is good for the mental health of everyone. Choosing solitude can actually boost one's health because of the opportunity to be restorative, innovative and independent.
Many people are hooked with selfies and teens are obsessed. What seems to be a lame validation is actually healthy mentally.
A 50-year-old study showed that spanking makes kids anti-social. Kids who suffered physical abuse in childhood tend to develop negative behaviors resulting to a much serious problem when they grow up.
The researchers found that kids who spent more time playing video games each week were nearly twice as likely to be higher "intellectual functioning", do better in school, and less likely to experience problems within their peer groups. There was no significant association between playing video games and mental health issues.
According to a new study, sharing food can boost altruism.
Here are four specific ways that loneliness can adversely impact your quality of life.
A new study reported that obesity and depression often go hand in hand.
According to a new study, sharing information about extraordinary events can hurt social life and lead to feelings of exclusion.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is more effective in treating social anxiety disorder and unlike medication, it can have long lasting effects long after treatment has stopped, according to a new study.
Experts state that in order to keep the brain sharp, people should exercise frequently and engage in new social situations.
In a new study, researchers found that couples that do not have children were as likely to have family meals as families with children.
According to a new study, researchers reported that boys who were obese were more likely to be bullies and be bullied.
Seniors who received iPad training had significant improvement in their cognitive abilities, a new study reported.
A recent study discovered that peer pressure can greatly affect mothers' biases toward certain food ingredients.
A particular neuron, the cholinergic amacrine cell, creates a "personal space" in much the same way that people distance themselves from one another in an elevator, according to a new research.
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.