A new study suggests that cognitive reappraisal, a common method of stress management, might create a greater risk to public health.
It's not uncommon for athletes, working professionals and others to become stressed in high-pressure environments. Breathing, and visualization can help.
Mental-health conditions have surged during the pandemic. Encouraging mental wellness, and providing the services to support it, is a collective social responsibility
Researchers at North Carolina State University suggest that resilience is a process not a characteristic, fluctuating with how individuals respond to circumstances over time.
Music has long been known to help relieve stress. But how exactly does it work, and which songs are best for our mental health?
Of the billion people around the world experiencing mental ill-health, more than 80% lack quality, affordable care. Philanthropy could help to change this
In his first public appearance after a hospital stay, Pope Francis told crowds that they should remember to take a break and find time to 'switch off'.
Anand Rao, global artificial intelligence leader at PwC, believes AI could be used to provide emotional and individual support in the workplace.
A professor of psychiatric epidemiology explains how we can all manage our return to 'normal' as COVID-19 pandemic restrictions ease in some countries
Evidence suggests that spending more time around nature and educating children on the different types of microbes can help to combat this germaphobia.
If a full night's sleep still does not refresh you, two medical experts explain why that might be, and have some tips we could all use - hear the podcast.
A new study has found that over 90% of parents reported spending more quality moments with their partner and child since the beginning of the pandemic.
Children who learned how to relax and manage stress through mindfulness slept better, according to a new study.
A new study has found that people aged 60, who perceive themselves to be lonely, can expect to up 5 years less than those who don't experience loneliness.
Most people believe the idiom “time flies when you’re having fun,” and research has, indeed, shown that when more enjoyable times seem to pass by quickly.