Our ancestors may have predisposed us to fear spiders, insects, and other many-legged creatures, but there's a lot more to it.
Depression affects 300 million people worldwide, but there's good news: There are effective treatments. Here’s what you need to know about this debilitating mental disorder.
Thanks to some teen activists, students in Oregon can now stay home from school when they're dealing with mental health issues.
Kids with autism and their families will get to experience the Ohio State Fair without the bright lights and loud music.
Here’s what we know so far about the memorial for investigative journalist Nellie Bly, famed for her infiltration of a women’s asylum in the late 1880s.
Signs on the benches installed in a park and by the waterfront invite anyone to sit "if you don't mind someone stopping to say hello."
From depression to social media addiction, these are the mental health conditions and symptoms people are Googling across the U.S.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is more than the 'winter blues.' Here's what you need to know about this treatable mental health issue.
Resistance training can improve symptoms of depression, according to a new study—regardless of how strong you get.
The "tortured artist" may not be a baseless stereotype.
Lithium is used in everything from smartphone batteries to medication for bipolar disorder.
A small group of neurons seems to regulate feelings of fear and worry in mice.