436 Articles in Mental Health

Mental Health

Psilocybin May Be A Lasting Depression Treatment, New Research Finds

Psilocybin is a naturally occurring compound in psychedelic mushrooms.

Sarah Regan
January 28

New Research Finds This One Emotion Drives Addictive Behavior The Most

This emotion may be the strongest factor in triggering addictive behavior.

Sarah Regan
January 12

Learning A New Language Can Improve Brain Health, Study Finds

Picking up this new hobby can improve cognitive functioning.

Abby Moore
January 6

Stressed At Work? New Study Says A Plant On Your Desk May Help

Concrete evidence suggests that having a plant on your desk at work can decrease stress.

Eliza Sullivan
January 3

Narcissists Are Able To Empathize, Study Finds, But They Just Don't

There's reason to believe narcissists, psychopaths, and Machiavellians can, in fact, empathize—they just don't.

Sarah Regan
December 23 2019

New Research Cites A Few Suggestions To Combat Holiday Moodiness

A report based on previous research found that sugar intake and depression tend to go hand in hand.

Eliza Sullivan
December 22 2019

This Form Of Therapy Can Ease Anxiety & Boost Your Longevity

The benefits of therapy have been well known for years, but did you know that it can do more than just treat the mind?

Christina Coughlin
December 20 2019
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4 Common Myths About Brain Health & How To Overcome Them

Call it "Myth Busters" for your mind, if you will.

Olessa Pindak
December 19 2019

Identifying Anxiety In Teens May Catch Eating Disorders Early

Every 62 minutes, at least one person dies from an eating disorder.

Christina Coughlin
December 18 2019