Rates of depression increased by more than 18% between 2005 and 2015, according to the World Health Organization. But despite the number of sufferers globally, there is still a lot of sti...
Scientists are beginning to believe that disrupted sleep patterns could have a negative effect on mental health.
The number of British employees who work while sick has tripled since 2010, according to a new report. What's causing this growth in presenteeism?
It's more than just an old saying.
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Across the globe the situation is becoming an epidemic.
The number of Indians who have some understanding of mental illness is high; but so, too, is the the stigma associated with it. A holistic programme to tackle the problem is needed.
While you can't change your age or genetic make-up, there are lifestyle changes that could lower your dementia risk.
The new findings could be used to treat the condition more effectively.
Research shows differences in the way male and female doctors experience burn-out.
Friendships at work can be highly beneficial, but they're not uniformly positive.
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Almost 1,200 students currently take the class that looks at the science behind finding happiness.
People who stay up late are at greater risk of an early death, according to research by the UK's University of Surrey and the US's Northwestern University, Chicago.
Hard work is key, but time away from your desk can be just as beneficial.