It is estimated that there are 10 million cats and 11.5 million dogs kept as pets in the UK – and new research suggests they could be improving the mental health of their human companions.
The deadly opioid epidemic sweeping the country has largely spared college campuses, but drug abuse experts warn administrators they should be paying closer attention.
To better tackle the epidemic, Kentucky needed to know which drugs were causing lethal overdoses.
Local colleges and universities are seeing an increase in students requesting to have an emotional support animal on campus.
On the heels of a new report that shows depression and anxiety are the top reasons college students seek counseling, a psychiatry professor lists a variety of factors behind the trend.
Many faith leaders are looking past suicide as a sin to help spot and support those suffering from mental health issues in their communities.
Among other problems, it has obstructed other channels of investigation, including the social, psychological and societal roots of addiction
Shedding tears during a session used to be taboo, but more and more therapists are using their own emotions to help clients open up.
Social disconnection is a serious matter. But let’s not whip up a panic.
When we speak about resilience, we often think of “bouncing back.” This implies rebounding to how things were prior to experiencing…
One in 10 Americans who have died in the past week died from flu or pneumonia.
The actress is finally ready to talk about Harvey Weinstein.
Mister Rogers’s theology was radical in 1962 when his show debuted, and it remains radical today.