A former gambling addict and thief is now helping others to kick their habits.
A golden age of neuroscience in the last decade has given us hope of banishing degenerative brain diseases and mental illness for good.
A new study explores the importance of reading to your baby.
At first, holiday music can be uplifting, but after a certain period of time, it can cause boredom — and even distress.
A new study has found that addiction to smartphone technologies might cause a chemical imbalance in the brain.
A small proportion of otherwise healthy people report having no visual experience at all. when trying to imagine images.
Keeping score of ‘friends’ on Facebook and Instagram may be harmful to your health.
New findings suggest that adolescent girls and boys might experience depression differently and that sex-specific treatments could be beneficial for adolescents.
Certain cognitive training via the computer may reduce the risk of dementia among older adults, researchers report.
New research from a group of psychologists at SUNY Buffalo shows that not all types of social withdrawal are detrimental, and may boost creativity.
Neuroscientists find chronic stress skews decisions toward higher-risk options.
A new paper suggests that an increase in mobile phone ownership could have led to a rise in mental health problems in young people.
New research shows that virtual reality could help tackle chronic pain.
Jocko Willink is a retired US Navy SEAL and his experience taught him there are two types of stress to deal with.
At clinics around the country, women trained as community health workers sit on benches under trees and offer free counselling to people struggling with mental health issues.