Around 50 million people worldwide have dementia - but the creative arts could help, with therapy bringing a range of benefits from social interaction to tackling grief.
With more countries now recognizing the importance of mental health provision, there are more options available for stemming the tide of suicide.
Prince William and Prince Harry and their wives launched a new phone messaging service to help people suffering a mental health crisis.
With a new Gallup report showing increased levels of workplace anxiety worldwide, employers need to address mental health more than ever.
With health services under increasing strain globally, it's time for businesses to step up in the fight against mental ill health. But too often there is still a stigma around talking abo...
A new report by the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on the Future of Health and Healthcare highlights some of the most innovative research transforming medicine.
Research has revealed the link between the amount of sleep a person gets and their susceptibility to distraction and poor performance at work the next day.
Wim Hof, also known as the 'Iceman', has an amazing ability - he can maintain normal body temperature even when exposed to freezing temperatures for long periods of time. But how does he ...
Latin Americans 'laugh, smile and experience enjoyment like no one else in the world', according to the latest Global Emotions Report.
Neuroscientist Sara Lazar found that people who practiced meditation had more gray matter in the part of the brain linked to decision-making and working memory: the frontal cortex.
Excessive screen time at a young age could lead to an increasingly sedentary lifestyle in adulthood, as well as altering cognitive development, according to guidelines from the World Heal...
Ventilen - or 'friend to one' - is a 20-year-old organization that brings 15- to 25-year-olds together with volunteers to socialise and tackle mental health issues.
New research shows that malnourishment can put children at risk of developing some kind of health problem within ten years of going hungry.
Studies have shown that a sense of humor can improve your mental and physical health, boost your attractiveness, and improve your leadership skills.
Researchers believe that it’s better to think about older people not in terms of their chronological ages, but in terms of their remaining life expectancy.