South Africa has been hit by a new wave of addiction - there's even a word for it: nomophobia, coined from a term, no-mobile-phone-phobia.
'Let go of the need to be right' - and nine other ways to give your brain a spring cleaning.
Sandy Starks always loved pretty things and storing them - but now her aim is to get rid of all the clutter by taking on a new goal.
Training people in communities to identify those with mental illness is one of the ways healthcare can be made more accessible, ...
Scientists have for the first time scanned the brains of people using LSD and found the drug frees the brain to become more like the mind of a baby.
Two influential women - Lillian Dube and Leanne Manas - tell their tale on what it's like to live with depression.
Scientists believe they have found the secret ingredient to health and longevity - and it is probably in your kitchen cupboard.
Dysthymia is a mild disorder that can lead to a major depression, writes Yvonne Fontyn.
For years, autism has been treated with intensive one on one therapy. Now, autistic adults are speaking out.
A new study offers some of the first evidence that Alzheimer's disease does not destroy specific memories, but rather makes them inaccessible.
A study conducted at UCL found that pessimistic people are less likely to be affected by the stress of uncertainty.
Sad songs help us deal with grief more effectively than listening to upbeat music, a study has found.
For the millions of people who deal with the misunderstood condition, bipolar disorder is not a joke.
Psychologists have warned too much money is spent researching biological factors for mental illness when it is mostly caused by life events.
Scientists say they have conclusive evidence that changes to a gene called SETD1A can dramatically raise the risk of developing schizophrenia.