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When I Get Home, explores the emotional support we get from cherishing ourselves, the people we love and respect and returning to our roots.
The pop star opens up about his struggles with anxiety and how he leaned on family and friends for support.
A year after a suicide bomber detonated a bomb at a Manchester concert, Grande discusses her posttraumatic stress disorder.
With suicide on the rise, identifying the warning signs and evaluating your well-being and that of loved ones is increasingly important.
Chilling article details unhappy reality for me and most other mental health care consumers--we just aren’t worth as much as we used to be.
He told legislators the $20 billion fund is not likely to pay damages for mental illness and distress caused by the spill.
New public service campaign to raise awareness among Hispanics/Latinos about mental illness.
Scientists in Germany have found that the scent of a Gardenia packs as much of an anti-anxiety punch as valium.
Here’s a cool story with a cool little video from one of my favorite science geeky blogs, showing how hard it is to study psychology.
Various aspects of a your personality can be mapped directly to different regions of the brain.
Aside from being a bit sillier, and more of a joker, than my friends’ fathers, my dad has always fit the stereotype of a “dude.”
Alleged ethical lapses are certainly contributing to, or will contribute to, a lapse in public trust in psychological care and treatment.
What do Happy Days star Tom Bosley, Star Trek’s Leonard Nimoy, and the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) have in common?
It seems like every week there’s another study showing that cellular inflammation is at the root of all kinds of diseases and conditions.
I’m fortunate to be able to combine three of my interests today: mental health, HIV and incarceration.
Previous research has shown that people with a history of major depression are at an increased risk of a heart attacks.
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