Children who experience severe trauma are three times more likely to suffer from schizophrenia when they grow up, a new study found.
Specialized fantasy computer therapy is just as effective as face-to-face counseling with a clinician for adolescents with depression, according to a new study.
Teenagers who use speed or ectasy are more likely to suffer depression, according to a new study.
As definitions of mental illnesses become broader, those with depression and other common mental illnesses are less likely to receive a supportive response from friends and family members as are people who show other severe mental disorders.
Adults with mental illness are more likely to have chronic physical illnesses.
'Coming out' as gay, lesbian or bisexual may be good for your health, particularly when parental support is involved.
Exercise during breast cancer treatment might reduce patients' depression and fatigue, according to a new study.
Worrying may have co-evolved with intelligence, according to a recent study.
A national study shows that women are less likely than men to get at least 30 minutes of exercise per day
Money doesn’t buy happiness. Neither does materialism: Research shows that people who place a high value on wealth, status, and stuff are more depressed and anxious and less sociable than those who do not. Now new research shows that materialism is not just a personal problem. It’s also environmental.
The increasingly popular and addictive club drug ketamine, also known as “Special K” causes a variety of urinary tract problems that are more likely to occur with heavier or more frequent use, according to a new UK study.
Depressed individuals with a tendency to ruminate on negative thoughts, i.e. to repeatedly think about particular negative thoughts or memories, show different patterns of brain network activation compared to healthy individuals, report scientists of a new study in Biological Psychiatry.
Mothers with postpartum depression are more likely to be in a violent relationship than moms without depression, and new mothers in abusive relationships are more likely to suffer postpartum depression, according to a new survey of women with infants.
Have you ever thought about the effect of those terrorist attacks on mental health clinicians who provided care to the victims of 9/11?
Fatigue and unrealistic expectations of parenthood may help ...