Isaac James Baker shares his personal story of how his psychiatric drugs helped to save his life, as he battled anorexia, anxiety and depression.
Should it be mandatory for children to be tested so those struggling in silence do not go undiagnosed?
Starting, not Quitting is the Hardest Thing About Recovery
The effects of Depression are debilitating and no one is immune. Stephanie Mitchell Hughes wants everyone to get the help they need.
Shawn Henfling speaks about his own battle with depression and an actionable plan for helping others
“Men are constantly being told we have to be strong and in control when we can barely get out of bed in the morning and every decision takes all the focus and energy we have.” – D
How to spot signs of premeditation and what to do as a bystander when you suspect violent intentions?
He underwent a smorgasbord of tests as the family anxiously awaited the answer. But we knew. The innocents in the old snapshot all knew instinctively, even before the test results came in. Stephen had AIDS.
David’s mom advocated for him, because puberty is painful enough without a prescription drug monkey on your back.
Craig Lewis is a Certified Peer Specialist who struggled immensely with mental health issues. He has successfully transformed into a life of wellness.
Losing custody of his children lead Jon Vaughn to a downward spinning spiral, but here’s how he found a way to pick himself back up.
Jed Diamond, PhD, shares some very simple steps to improving health — without having to step into the pharmacy.
Thomas Fiffer exposes three inconvenient truths about adults and wonders if children’s “attention deficit” is nothing more than the lack of a compelling message?
Clint Edwards recounts his descent into depression and anxiety and how becoming a father helped him regain control of his life
Nearly 13m more adults in the US will be eligible for statins after new guidelines widened the criteria for use of the drugs to treat high cholesterol and prevent heart attacks and strokes; but experts question at what risk.
Suicidal people are often called selfish or cowardly, but how often are they called exhausted or terrified? Andrew Lawes shares his story.