A recent report shows that members of ‘Generation Z’ ― the youngest adults in the U.S. ― are most likely of all generations to report poor mental health.
Recognizing the problem is often the hardest (yet most important) first step in treating disordered eating. Psychologist Leslie Heinberg, PhD, shares the physical and emotional signs to look for — and tips for intervening.
Talking openly about miscarriage can help women know they’re not alone. Find out more about overcoming the hurt and stigma sometimes attached to miscarriage.
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.
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If you are experiencing nightmares, anxiety or hopelessness after a sexual assault, you may have Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Find out what you need to know and where to get help.
How can exercising your body sharpen your mind (and help you with memory lapses)? New advice for mild cognitive impairment (MCI) released in American Academy of Neurology treatment guidelines.
Is loneliness affecting your health? Being chronically lonely can affect people’s mental and physical health. Find expert tips to turn these feelings around.
When you’re eyes are glued on the television for episode after episode, do you ever wonder, “Is this bad for me?” A psychologist offers insights about the good and the bad effects binge-watching has on your brain.
Think a beer before bed helps you sleep? Or that coffee can sober you up? Our chemical dependency expert reveals the truths behind common myths about drinking.