Health: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder & BirthIn health, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is usually linked to soldiers returning from war, but it strikes women too after what's supposed to be a joyous event.
Is it depression or normal sadness?Critics of psychiatry claim that doctors these days are too quick to diagnose patients as being depressed.
Breakup PsychologyQuite often, we are forced to make difficult decisions in our relationships. One of the most intimidating decisions, however, is the decision to walk away.
For anxious children, help is out thereThe entire day, she was on edge. It was the first day of first grade for her 7-year-old son, Liam, and worries were a whirlpool in Brenda Gleason's head.
How History and Psychiatry Are AlikeMr. Costa, a psychiatirst, is the author of The Lost Gold of Rome: The Hunt for Alaric's Treasure
Panel discusses the psychology of online gamersPsychologists see an opportunity at Austin Game Developers Conference.
City life may heighten risk of schizophreniaPollution, traffic and real estate expenses aside, there may be another reason why you should think twice about moving into big cities. Schizophrenia.
Author of mystery novel focuses on psychologyHere's the trouble with trying to shelve books in a bookstore or library: They don't always fit neatly into existing categories.
How pricing psychology help a public utility businessWe’re in the public utility sector and a distributor of electric service in a southern Luzon province.
Music Therapy Improves Well-Being of Very Ill PatientsExposure to music therapy can dramatically improve the mental and physical condition of patients receiving palliative care, a new study suggests.
Depressed Moms in Violent Homes Twice as Likely to Hit KidsMothers who are depressed and have violent arguments with their partner are more than twice as likely to physically punish their children than mothers with either factor alone, says a U.S. study.
Sleep position may cause apnea in stroke patientsStroke patients spend most of their time asleep on their backs, which may contribute to a breathing problem called sleep apnea, according to findings reported in the journal Stroke.