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50% of millennials have left a job for mental-health reasons, a new study found — and it speaks to some of the biggest problems plaguing the ent...
Millennials are "the therapy generation." They're battling various issues: depression, "deaths of despair," unaffordable living costs, and burnout.
Due to sudden hormone changes, lack of sleep and isolation, new mothers are susceptible to developing depression.
Suicide is skyrocketing in young people, and their screens and smartphones have nothing to do with it
Suicide has risen dramatically among young Americans from ages 10 to 24. It's now the second leading cause of death after accidents.
Teens who eat lots of fast food and avoid fruits and vegetables may be more likely to have depression
Diets high in sodium and low in potassium were associated with poorer mental health, even when accounting for factors like family wealth and BMI.
Depression affects millions of Americans and antidepressants are relatively common. We talked to a psychiatrist to find out how they work.
The 28-year-old woman behind the ‘overly attached girlfriend’ meme announced she’s quitting YouTube for good in a teary goodbye vide...
The creator of the "overly attached girlfriend" meme opened up about her mental-health struggles and said she would no longer post YouTube videos.
More US teens are suffering from depression, according to Pew. Teens who feel less supported are more likely to experience mental health problems.
Young adults who felt more connected at home and school as teens are less likely to experience mental health problems, according to a new study.
A new study finds certain antidepressants and antipsychotic drugs may increase your risk of dementia, and you may not even know you’re on them
Anticholinergic drugs work by blocking a specific brain chemical involved in muscle contractions. Their risks may be greater in middle age and beyond.
Mania is characterized by having lots of energy, feeling "wired," and being especially active. It can also lead to risky behavior or even psychosis.