Women who suffer from pelvic pain as a result of endometriosis may require psychological intervention to help improve both their mental health and quality of life, according to a recent study.
Helping others doesn't just attract positive karma.
Individuals with a mental illness are 16 times more likely to get killed during police encounters than other civilians without mental health issues, according to a new report from the Virginia-based Treatment Advocacy Center.
Mental health courts seem to help reduce repeat offending and limiting related jail time, according to new research.
Having a pet dog at home may be linked to a decreased likelihood of developing childhood anxiety, according to a recent study.
Being a parent is no easy task.
There are certainly genetic components to many mental health disorders, but could physical activity also reduce the risk of development?
Many children dealing with mental health issues will only be treated by pediatricians or primary care physicians, according to recent findings published in the journal Pediatrics.
Your religious beliefs could influence your recovery from an illness or even affect your mental health.
New findings published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry revealed that unemployed young people who are also not in school are also more likely to experience mental health issues.
University of Houston researchers have offered some suggestions as to why patients drop out of therapy early.