What's it like to be a young person with mental health issues?Three teenagers who have found it hard to forge their sense of identity as young people with mental health issues
Diseasing of America Continues: Binge Eating and the New DSMThe definitions of national sanity don't just change on election years. They also get revamped with each new edition of the DSM, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders...
Big Psychology Nerd Talks 'Snark'Only boorish, unqualified loudmouths like bloggers and David Denby have weighed in on the world's most grating question, "What's with all this snark?"
Mind gym helps people live with schizophreniaBRAIN training in a computerised mind gym could help people with schizophrenia cope with the debilitating cognitive problems caused by the condition.
Seeing by Starlight: Celebrity ObsessionFrom Princess Diana to The Donald, A-listers teach us how to grab life's goodies—or so we're wired to think. What we actually learn from celebrities may surprise you.
Age anxiety higher at home than workLiving with a senior heightens younger people's anxiety and prejudice about old age, but working with an elderly person reduces it, new Canadian research suggests.
New Diagnoses May Provide Window Of Opportunity For Health Behavior ChangeSmoking and patterns of diet and activity are the two leading underlying causes of death in the United States, yet the factors that prompt individuals to adopt healthier habits are not well understood," the author writes as background information in the
Suicides: Watching for a Recession SpikeActor Hector Elizondo knows how difficult it can be to care for a loved one who has Alzheimer's disease.
5 Ways to Fight Alzheimer's DiseaseActor Hector Elizondo knows how difficult it can be to care for a loved one who has Alzheimer's disease.
Diet could cut risk of dementiaA new study suggests a diet laden with fish, olive oil, vegetables and other foods common in Mediterranean-style cuisine may help ward off mild cognitive impairment, sometimes called borderline dementia.
Psychological Science and Bipolar Disorder in Children and AdolescentsRecent epidemiological data indicate that 4% of the general adult population will have either bipolar I or bipolar II disorder at some point in their lives, and the rate might be as high as 6% for the youngest cohort
Mental illness alone is no trigger for violenceA new large study challenges the idea that mental illness alone is a leading cause of violence.