A study shows that people whose homes are damaged by disasters are 50% more likely to suffer from depression and anxiety.
A desire among young city dwellers to get closer to nature is driving up demand for allotment gardens.
It took more than a decade for Liz Kakooza to be diagnosed with depression. Now the Ugandan mother and mental health advocate is on a mission to make life better for others in the same p...
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.
College students who identify as transgender, gender nonconforming, genderqueer, and nonbinary face enormous mental health disparities relative to their peers, research finds.
Slavery survivors in the UK are seeking support. But the current system makes it easier for women to receive help than men.
A new study has shown that resilience training can help workers tackle mental health issues.
CBT-I helps to address the underlying causes of sleep problems with habits and thoughts that lead to deeper sleep.
The impact of a natural disaster such as a monsoon or a landslide can have severe knock-on effects on a survivor's mental health. Kerala, India, is offering victims support to recover.
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...