Tagged With Mental Health

More millennials feel pressured to be perfect — and it's causing a huge spike in depression, anorexia and suicide


These 4 short L-words can help reveal if you might be depressed


San Francisco's out-of-control homelessness crisis could be combated by a new tracking tool



Dallas is saving $30 million by cutting down on the number of mentally ill people in prison


Stanford researchers are figuring out how ketamine fights depression — and why the drug has been called 'the most important discovery in half a century'


Former NFL receiver Steve Smith joins Brian Dawkins as the latest player to open up about battles with depression and mental health



Here are 13 signs your friendship with someone is toxic


A startup backed by Peter Thiel has churned out 20,000 doses of magic mushrooms, and is making more


Millions are battling mental illness — these entrepreneurs are trying to tackle it via technology


Sex addiction may not be real, but the world's leading health group just recognised 'compulsive sexual behaviour disorder' — here's what that is


People with autoimmune diseases may be more likely to develop psychosis, according to new research


Startups are pioneering a dramatic shift in how we spot and treat depression — and you can try some of their new tools right now



Companies are working to track signs of depression using data from your phone or smartwatch — and Olympian Michael Phelps is on board


Less than a quarter of Americans get enough exercise, according to a new report — here’s what you should be doing


Trump now claims migrant children will be reunited with their families. Here are the lifelong psychological consequences these kids face.


A pharma CEO says a new depression drug could have lasting effects after one short course, like antibiotics — here's what experts think



The Kate Spade brand is donating $1 million to mental health organisations


'Gaming disorder' has been classified as a mental health condition by the World Health Organisation -- here's what that means


Millennials are on track to have worse health in middle age than their parents, according to a new report


Separating kids from parents at the border mirrors a 'textbook strategy' of domestic abuse, experts say -- and causes irreversible, lifelong damage