New findings published in the journal Human Brain Mapping show that a simple Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scan could help to predict whether or not a patient may develop schizophrenia.
Members of the military oftentimes return with physical and/or mental health issues.
A new study looks at how our mental health can affect sleep and the subconscious.
Comfort foods could help with some anxiety issues, a new study suggests.
New findings published in the journal CANCER show that providing breast cancer patients with the skills and knowledge to improve their mood and quality early on in their treatment can help them manage stress and significantly benefit survival, overall.
Leading medical groups are calling for urgent action to reduce injuries and deaths from guns in the United States.
Could virtual reality be an effective treatment for older individuals dealing with anxiety?
Parenting can be an incredibly joyous experience. Yet it can also be stressful, particularly for families going through financial struggles, certain personal hardships or divorce/separation.
It's estimated that over 60 million Americans are mentally ill.
Many may seek out help from mental health services. However, a recent study conducted by researchers from St. Michael's Hospital and the Institute for Clinical Evaluative Sciences (ICES) showed that women were quicker to get help for a problem than men.
Flame retardants, or polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) have been associated with health issues in the past. Now, though, scientists have discovered that prenatal exposure to these flame retardants can result in lower IQs and greater hyperactivity.
A nursing researcher at the University of Texas at Arlington believes that depression can be assessed in the waiting room of your health care provider. Simply filling out a widely accepted mental health assessment can help diagnose troubled teens.