Trying to quit something such as smoking, drinking or eating junk food can be a difficult task. New research sheds some light on why the human brain ...
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Keeping Grandma and Grandpa behind the wheel might be more consequential for their health then previously thought.
Web counseling is an easily accessible and affordable mental health tool. And new evidence suggests it's effective, too.
For many, a good night's sleep is hard to come by. But if you're looking to feel refreshed — and happy — in the morning, you may want to take a l...
In today's world of digital communication, a phone call or email may not be cutting it — at least when it comes to safeguarding mental health.
Could childhood stress have a lasting impact on adult health?
Want your children to mature into healthy adults? You may want to keep them in school a little longer.
Many women have cramps or irritability in the days leading up to their periods. For some women, however, things can get a whole lot worse. But one tr...
Stigma can be a major barrier for people with mental illness to seek the help they need, but a new survey suggests that perceptions may be changing.
Many factors can contribute to heart disease risk, such as diet, genetics and physical activity, just to name a few. But new evidence suggests that w...
Whether it's a coworker who's constantly flustered or a neighbor who obsessively landscapes the yard, many people know someone who is neurotic. Those...
In male-dominated jobs, women may have a tougher time.
It turns out that those leather-clad, gun-slinging action movie heroes may be sending the wrong messages to men.
Many marijuana users also smoke cigarettes, but what this combo does to the brain may surprise you.
Think having multiple relationships will make you well-adjusted? It turns out that it may come down to more than just your number.
Commitment-phobic and loving it? You may not be alone.
Could more exercise be the key to preventing teen smoking?
You've likely heard that happiness is contagious, but what about depression?