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Mental Health Awareness
New research suggests brains that aren’t as good at recognizing rewards and responding to change may be to blame.
The traumatic separations of children and parents initiated at the border can cause permanent changes.
A celebration is just a way of begging the good things to stay.
Psychedelic drugs have inspired great songs and works of art. But they may also have potential for treating disease like depression and PTSD by helping to regrow damaged regions of the brain.
Small amounts of jealousy are normal, and even healthy, but problems begin when jealousy becomes more intense and less controlled.
Experiencing and witnessing violence in their communities can lead to emotional, social and cognitive problems for kids. A new study shows it affects how their developing brains grow, as well.
Deaths from opioid overdose and suicide are at an all-time high. One in 10 adult Americans uses marijuana. And only 1 in 3 Americans self-describes as ‘happy.’ A public health expert asks, what’s going on?
There Are Many Effective Things One Can Do to Defuse Depression
Childhood depression, the deadliest illness facing children, often goes untreated. Sometimes, this is because parents do not want their children to be treated. Should this be considered child abuse?
The suicides this week of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain shocked and saddened many. And the news was disturbing. Why is it so hard to know who might commit suicide?
Depression can have a profound impact on mothers and their children. But women often have no idea that they have depression – nor do their medical providers.
How can you be depressed if your native tongue doesn’t even speak of its existence?
Kristen Bell is one of a number of celebrities who have come forward to talk about what she would tell her younger self in regards to her self-image, which many young people struggle with.
Matthew Rozsa discusses a type of ableism common among non-autistics.
While you can’t expect to feel your best every single day, if you are gripped by an unrelenting sense of hopelessness that prevents you from enjoying the experiences you love the most, it may be time to take a closer look at your feelings.