The mental health crisis on college campuses is worse than ever. But there are steps you can take to help your child stay happy and healthy in school.
A psychologist explains why there’s a mental health crisis in higher education — and what to do if you or somebody you love is impacted.
Sure, your kid enjoys T-ball (or soccer or youth basketball or swim team). But could their team sport also be improving their mental health? Here’s how participating in team sports could set your child up for big wins in life.
It’s natural to worry about the people you care about. And as your loved ones get older, it can sometimes be difficult to tell whether they’re struggling or just getting older. But you can watch for signs of mental health issues and take steps to help your loved ones stay healthy.
People who are troubled may have no idea that mental illness has anything to do with their difficulties. A psychiatrist explains how to talk to a teen, adult, friend or coworker who has you concerned.
A heart attack increases your risk for depression. Depression increases your risk of a heart attack. It can be a vicious cycle. Learn the signs of depression and how and when to seek help.
Statistics show that teen depression and suicide are on the rise, exacerbated by the effects of the pandemic. What’s happening and what can parents do to support the teens in their lives? A pediatric psychologist helps you figure it out.
It’s normal to be sad, scared or worried when living with bile duct cancer. Here’s how you can prioritize your mental health during treatment.
Adults who are Black and Hispanic are less likely to access mental health services than adults who are white. Your mental health is important. We share how to get the care you need.
Going to the dentist isn’t just important for clean teeth — your dental health can also provide clues to your mental health. Here’s what dentists can learn from your mouth, teeth and gums.