Another day, another story about how freaked out college students are. Maybe they heard about this recession thing?
For ten years, Sheila Cook suffered debilitating depression that didn't respond to medication or even electroshock therapy. But now a new surgery has given her relief.
"Get counseling" is every advice columnist's go-to line — but it's a lot easier said than done. Today, we offer some tips on how to find a therapist — and how to afford one.
When the DSM-5 goes live in 2012, five personality disorders likely won't make the cut. After the jump, find out which mental illnesses are going the way of the dodo.
"Preschool depression" sound like a term created just to piss off psychiatry skeptics — but clinicians argue that it's real. And descriptions of the condition are some of the saddest things you'll ever read.
Researchers have found that a key brain system is similar in creative, mentally healthy people and people with schizophrenia, bolstering the notion that the factors that contribute to mental illness may also confer benefits.