Anxiety can lead to better art, but do the two have to be so mutually intertwined?
Anxiety is clearest when it’s loud—and most dangerous when it’s quiet.
New research finds just the implication of aquatic life has an effect, but more sea creatures produce a greater impact.
A study suggests damaged white matter, the brain's signal cables, may be to blame.
There’s a lot of comfort to be found in virtual worlds.
Children bullied by their peers are upwards of 60 percent more likely to suffer mental illness as adults than kids who are abused and neglected, according to a new study.
New research suggests that the further we are from a tragedy, either geographically or in time, the more we tend to think about it in abstract terms.
Now that we’re finally starting to recognize mental health as a serious problem in America, we need to put in place the structures necessary to support those willing to study—and treat—it. As part of our week-long series on booms and busts, Jamie Wiebe asks: If MHC is a booming field, where’s the boomtown?