The link between air pollution and our physical health is well established, but now researchers say it's also linked to a higher risk of mental illnesses.
People are much more upbeat on social media after spending time at the park, according to a new study from the US.
A new study has shown that resilience training can help workers tackle mental health issues.
A study of 12,000 students in the US found adopting a growth mindset could help them do better in school.
New laws in the Nordic nation are designed to support a good work-life balance, which is increasingly recognized as beneficial to workers and businesses.
Almost one in three millennials in the United States reports feeling lonely and, perhaps more worrying, one in five says they have no friends, according to a new survey.
A model developed at MIT predicts the cognitive decline of patients at risk for Alzheimer’s disease by forecasting their cognition test scores up to two years in the future, which could h...
Art and cultural activities may provide a more effective way of helping people with depression than conventional drug-based therapies. Communal singing, visiting galleries, museums and th...
From learning when to say no to eating some frogs - here's a few tips to help you manage your time better, according to Dr Travis Bradberry.
Schools in the US state of Florida will be required to teach students about youth mental and emotional health. It’s the latest response to mounting evidence about the scale of mental heal...
Here’s the winning entry in a UNICEF competition that asked young people to create a superhero to raise awareness of a global issue.
With loneliness being compared to smoking 15 cigarettes a day, psychologists have gathered evidence of the effects that 'painful isolation' can have on us.
Gardening is being used as a means for the elderly to socialise, make new friends, and fend off loneliness in Singapore's ageing population.
Humans spend their days chasing happiness, but as Rafael Euba, a lecturer in Old Age Psychiatry, writes, there's no biological basis for sustained happiness.
Researchers have explored the link between social interaction and our mental well-being, and how other factors such as income can play a supporting role.