Meet the scientists who are hotwiring the brain to treat depression.
A long-running study into people's blood pressure and brain performance has turned up a surprising finding...
Scientists say that a 2015 study showing flaws in psychology research was itself riddled with errors.
My dad killed himself when I was 13. He hid his depression. I won't hide mine, writes Amy McDowell Marlow.
Agony aunt Virginia Ironside advises an anxious woman to give group therapy a try... quietly.
Intricate adult colouring books are the latest lifestyle craze to grip the United States.
Results of trials suggest the test could be 93 percent accurate.
A study has found that the long-term risk of suicide increases three-fold among adults who have had concussions.
While keeping her concerns within a small medical circle, Katie tried to manage her hypochondria herself, but the flow of worry never abated.
One in three workers are turning to comfort food to deal with stress, a survey has revealed.
Sara Solovitch finds out how Ketamine - the club drug Special K - is helping people with severe depression.
The pain of loneliness is like the pain of hunger - it's a biological signal that something is wrong.
Researchers have discovered playing the piano is especially helpful for improving cognitive performance.
A study has found a brain structure which processes and controls emotion is passed from mothers to daughters.
Work-life balance. It's all about starting small, discovers Buhle Mbonambi.