Understanding where PTSD symptoms come from are the first important step toward healing.
People who are troubled often have no idea that mental illness has anything to do with their difficulties. A psychiatrist explains how to talk to a teen, older adult or friend who has you concerned.
Does ‘Here Comes Santa Claus’ make you break out in a huge grin or a scowl? Clinical psychologist Scott Bea, PsyD, provides some insight as to why you react the way you do to those familiar holiday tunes.
Discover how paranoid schizophrenia differs from other types of schizophrenia, why it can take a while to get a diagnosis, and which treatments work best for each form of this serious mental illness.
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Get answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Minnie Bowers-Smith, MD, answers this one about schizoaffective disorder and schizophrenia.
When men are depressed, they may not seem sad, but rather angry, irritable or aggressive. Here’s what to do to help fight male depression.
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Many of us are guilty of posting a few selfies — those photos we take of ourselves with our smartphones — on our social media accounts. But could taking and sharing too many self- images tell us something about ourselves?
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Living a full, productive life depends, in part, on mental health. An expert talks about why we need to pay attention and talk to our doctors about mental health concerns, such as anxiety and depression.