A new review looks at intolerance of uncertainty and mental health problems.
The game uses neurofeedback to subconsciously train users' brains.
Patients around the world have been sharing data on thousands of chronic diseases, leading to health advances that improve research and treatment of their conditions.
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One in four people in the world will be affected by mental ill health at some point in their life. It is time to fix our extraordinary failure to embrace mental health.
Research from Michigan University shows that positive and negative memories can influence our risk of chronic illness and depression for decades.
From speech patterns to scrolling style, the data stored on our digital devices offers psychiatrists a valuable new metric with which to diagnose and treat mental illness.
It’s not all hygge and hot tubs, as research reveals rising levels of unhappiness among young people.
Corporal punishment sends mixed messages to children, which could lead to aggressive behaviour and developmental problems in later life.
A team from Stony Brook University has built an algorithm to analyse the connection between certain words in status updates and depression.
New research shows that using social media can fight the symptoms of depression that come from isolation.
Crying once a week can improve your mental health, according to a teacher encouraging Japanese students and workers to shed tears. Here’s how it reduces stress...
An interview with a social worker reveals the challenges of professional grief.
In the early 2000s, when there were just two psychiatrists serving over 12 million people, Zimbabwe had to think differently to treat depression.
Weight stigma – a negative response to someone based on their weight – is the fourth most common form of social discrimination amongst adults – after age, gender and race.