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A potentially debilitating condition in veterans, distinct from PTSD, results from crossing moral lines
Drugs that foster feelings of uplift and connection can be therapeutic for many conditions in many phases of life
Judy Moskowitz, a professor of medical social sciences at Northwestern University, talks about ways to cope during this time of missing out on our usual diet of social interactions.
The most common complication of hospitalization for older patients can often be prevented
Pregnancy is a time of overwhelming emotions—some anxiety is normal! Use these four indispensable tips to keep calm so you can enjoy this magical time
A promising field of research on social behavior struggled after investigators couldn’t repeat key findings. Now researchers are trying to establish what’s worth saving
Some psychological disorders fly under the radar, but they’re no less real for the people who suffer from them
EEGs successfully picked out which depressed individuals got better on the drug Zoloft
The answer’s not black-and-white
Promoting “healthspan” involves exercise and games
The rate among students, residents and physicians is significantly higher than average—but so-called wellness initiatives can help
A mouse study demonstrates it is possible to separate the substance’s ability to enhance sociability from its addictive potential
A psychologist general, on par with the surgeon general, would ease our minds
Instead of looking for “the” cause of schizophrenia, depression and other disorders, we should consider whether there might be a network of causes
Dr. Ellen Hendriksen dives into the history of the epidemic and asks behavior coach Eric Zimmer for his most vital advice on addiction recovery
A study finds no deleterious effects on mental health when kids spend their leisure time texting and engaging in other online activities.
Social scientists have begun to close in on new ways to stop people from taking their own lives