Two Months in Hell: How I Left My Antidepressant Behind
Getting off my antidepressant was hell. I'm not alone—and the pharmaceutical industry isn't helping.
Airlines Are Grounding Boeing 737 Max 8 Planes Out of Caution (and Fear)
Two recent deadly plane crashes have prompted many countries to direct airlines to ground these planes out of concern that the crashes may be the result of a failure of the model.
Teens See Depression and Anxiety as the Biggest Problem Among Their Peers
A new study from the Pew Research Center shows 70 percent of teens see depression and anxiety as a major problem among their peers.
Research Suggests Trump's Election Has Been Detrimental to Many Americans' Mental Health
Particularly that of the country's most marginalized groups.
Can Increased Automation Negatively Affect People's Physical and Mental Health?
Research findings suggest that workers in counties facing higher levels of automation risk reported more frequent levels of physical and mental distress.
The Positive Impact of Mindfulness Training Is Felt Six Years Later
Learning how to stay focused in the present has beneficial long-term results.
For Artists, Traumatic Childhoods Can Lead to More Intense Creative Experiences
Performing can be a way of letting go of one's sense of self.
My Demons and My Dog and This Anxiety and That Noise
Anxiety is clearest when it’s loud—and most dangerous when it’s quiet.
How Many Fish Does It Take to Lower Your Stress Level?
New research finds just the implication of aquatic life has an effect, but more sea creatures produce a greater impact.
What's Behind Post-Brain Injury Depression and Anxiety?
A study suggests damaged white matter, the brain's signal cables, may be to blame.
Anxiety Games: For When a Little Distraction Is Good—or Even Necessary
There’s a lot of comfort to be found in virtual worlds.
Long Term, Bullying Might Be Worse Than Abuse and Neglect
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.