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19 February 2016, 09:47am
Stress driving you to the biscuit tin?
Stress driving you to the biscuit tin?

One in three workers are turning to comfort food to deal with stress, a survey has revealed.

4 February 2016, 3:30pm
The party drug that's used for depression
The party drug that's used for depression

Sara Solovitch finds out how Ketamine - the club drug Special K - is helping people with severe depression.

1 February 2016, 3:30pm
Loneliness is a public health hazard
Loneliness is a public health hazard

The pain of loneliness is like the pain of hunger - it's a biological signal that something is wrong.

1 February 2016, 10:53am
Piano lessons may stop mental decline
Piano lessons may stop mental decline

Researchers have discovered playing the piano is especially helpful for improving cognitive performance.

1 February 2016, 07:21am
Do women turn into their mothers?
Do women turn into their mothers?

A study has found a brain structure which processes and controls emotion is passed from mothers to daughters.

31 January 2016, 09:00am
Work, work, work - it had to change
Work, work, work - it had to change

Work-life balance. It's all about starting small, discovers Buhle Mbonambi.

27 January 2016, 12:53pm
Could your neighbour be a psychopath?
Could your neighbour be a psychopath?

Most psychopaths aren't coldblooded killers. Many of them live successfully among the rest of us, scientists think.

22 January 2016, 3:30pm
Dementia: Omega-3 can boost vitamin B
Dementia: Omega-3 can boost vitamin B

Omega-3 fatty acids boost the ability of B vitamins to slow mental decline, a new study has found.

17 January 2016, 09:00am
‘The private struggle that defined my life’
‘The private struggle that defined my life’

Sarah Maraniss Vander Schaaff describes the path she took to deal with her anxiety disorder and OCD.