While the American Psychiatric Association has stopped short of classifying gaming addiction as a disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) has now done so.
The FDA has just approved Zulresso (brexanolone), the first-ever drug approved for postpartum depression (PPD). Learn what this means for women who suffer from PPD.
Mental Health Awareness Month has begun. This year's theme centers on providing helpful resources for improving mental health. Read about the campaign and how you can help.
Teen suicide has historically been more common among males, but according to a recent study, the gap in suicide rates between boys and girls is closing.
Poor mental health can shave decades off a person’s life. Learn more about mental health’s profound impact on life expectancy and how treatment can improve longevity.
In addition to the outpouring of love and mourning for Kate Spade, there was a call to action from fans and celebrities: America needs to talk about mental health.
Your freshman year at college is a big adjustment. Build your own healthy lifestyle a little bit each day by following these 15 steps for a healthy start to college…
The United States is experiencing a loneliness epidemic, as nearly half of Americans feel lonely or left out.
Are you feeling down now that the holiday festivities are over? Learn about the five tips that can help you manage those post-holiday blues.
Many people are making a resolution to improve their mental health in 2021. Follow these eight tips in 2021 to reach your mental health goals.
The World Health Organization no longer classifies being transgender as a mental disorder. Discover what this means regarding legal rights and access to treatment.
Psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral approaches may help people with internet or video game addiction, according to a new study.
IRL is an app that helps teens connect socially in real life by scheduling social events and local meet-ups.
Do you live in one of the top 10 states with the highest levels of gambling addiction? See the states and learn more on this page.
Lamar Odom’s sex addiction led to drug use and an eventual overdose. The former NBA player is now on the path of recovery and is free from drugs.
Workplace burnout is officially recognized by the World Health Organization. When left unaddressed, this phenomenon can have a serious impact on mental health.
Black Friday shopping can be stressful for many Americans, especially individuals with a mental health disorder. Learn how to combat the stress of Black Friday shopping.
Stress can be caused by many things, and the most-stressed Americans are dealing with low income, political disagreement and other factors.
Most people are afraid of something, but what are the biggest fears in each state? Learn what the top fears are in a state-by-state phobia list
In a recent scandal with Yale University, Frances Chan, a student who showed signs of malnutrition, challenged the standards which were used to judge her.
Eating disorders don’t discriminate — even celebrities are affected by these difficult and sometimes life-threatening conditions.
Researchers at Yale have released a study with promising results on a drug combo to treat depression and substance use disorders.
A new documentary explores the life and death of Robin Williams. In the film, Williams' loved ones talk about the comedian's successes and insecurities.
Ketamine is a fast-acting antidepressant used for treatment-resistant depression. Learn about the use, side effects and benefits of ketamine for depression.