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New research finds suppressing negative thoughts and fears helps make them less vivid and reduces depression, anxiety, and worry.
High-functioning depression, a serious and often misunderstood condition, can be identified by a few common signs.
A new study counteracts the long-held belief that owning a pet improves mental health.
People with obsessive compulsive disorder appear to have a chemical imbalance in their brains in an area related to decision-making and habit, researchers say.
A new study finds college students are much happier and less lonely, anxious, and depressed when they limit their time on social media.
Depression is not always easy to recognize, but identifying the symptoms is the first step toward getting the help you need.
Burnout affects everyone differently. Here are a few solutions to burnout that may work for you.
Social anxiety has many signs and symptoms, but sometimes can be tricky to spot. Here is more on what signs to consider when diagnosing and exploring treatment options.
American Psychological Association Issues Its First Health Advisory on Social Media Use in Adolescence
Psychologists offer 10 recommendations to help train children on the safe and healthy use of social media
50% of parents in a new poll say their children’s mental health suffered over the past year because of their social media use.
Patients who use psychotherapy to improve symptoms of depression may also lower their risk of heart disease, a new study finds.
Young kids who experience harsh physical or psychological treatment at home are significantly more likely to develop symptoms that put them at high-risk for mental health problems, researchers say.
Growing evidence shows volunteering can help you live a longer, healthier, and happier life.
New moms and dads with generous parental leave policies experience less anxiety and depression, new research shows.
Heart disease patients who feel lonely and socially isolated face an increased risk of premature death, according to a new study.