Patients with severe depression benefit as much from psychological therapy as they do from pills, research suggests.
Drinking two small glasses of wine a day may reduce the risk of death for Alzheimer's patients, research suggests.
Taylor Peck tells the story of what happened when he told his girlfriend that he was bipolar.
Love daydreaming? Don't worry, it's good for you, write Giulia Poerio and Felicity Callard.
Patients suffering from arachnophobia can now conquer their fears in two minutes, claims a Dutch psychologist.
Simmy Richman overcomes a fear of group activity to sing in a choir. And finds that he loves it. [VIDEOS]
Gretchen Rubin says it starts by simply making your bed each morning. By Jan Moir.
Dreading about ageing might increase your risk of dementia, say scientists.
Scientists believe that women's brains become sharper than men's in their old age
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.