Virginia Ironside says misery is an extremely common reaction after surviving cancer.
Agony aunt Virginia Ironside tells a man not to leave his home, no matter what his wife says.
Watching too much TV in your 20s may impact how your brain works in mid-life, a new study suggests.
Breast cancer patients who become depressed face a significantly higher risk of death, say experts.
From the sound of the drill to the smell of the antiseptic, there is plenty to send shivers down one's spine.
Being lonely could suppress your immune system and knock years off your life, research shows.
Daniel Radcliffe first hit the bottle to help him deal with the ‘Harry Potter’.
Experts claim that people terrified of the dentist can overcome their phobia by undergoing cognitive behavioural therapy.
Hayfever sufferers may be four times more likely to develop severe depression, according to new research.
A study found elderly people who performed badly in smell tests were more likely to show signs of memory loss over the next few years.
Sarah Kaplan investigates the story of a blind woman who switched personalities and could suddenly see.
Women are far more likely to feel the strain than men as they balance a career with parenthood, doctors warn.
A study, which followed 122 patients, found light therapy provided the most benefit to those who are taking antidepressants.
Stroke patients are more likely to regain their cognitive functions if they are multilingual, according to researchers.
Claudia McNeilly did a piece on still-disputed condition known as 'orthorexia', and the internet went crazy.