When you think of climate change, the first things that come to mind are polar icecaps, natural disasters, humid summers and frigid winters. But studies have shown that the effects of climate change are not solely limited to physical damage.
Scientists have discovered that one way to cope with stress is to share your feelings with someone whose emotional reactions are similar to your own.
Young men who are gang members suffer unprecedented levels of psychiatric illness, placing a heavy burden on mental health services, according to new research led by Queen Mary, University of London.
A recent study shows that many gang members may also be exhibiting unprecedented levels of psychiatric illness, placing a heavy burden on mental health services, according to new research led by Queen Mary, University of London.
According to a recent study conducted by Northwestern Medicine, researchers examined the minds of murderers who kill impulsively, often out of rage, versus premeditated plans.
A new study suggests that escaping a stressful situation might just make it worse. Instead, fight those feelings with the help of some good friends and loved ones with the rise of oxytocin levels that might improve those feelings of frustration, exhaustion and defeat.