Americans with mental illnesses or addictions have just as much right to care as those with physical illnesses, former Congressman Patrick Kennedy told Iowans Wednesday.
A Pulse nightclub shooting first responder who is worried about losing his job because of his PTSD may have his worries somewhat eased after a push to change Florida law.
Behavioral Health System Baltimore has received a $2.8 million grant to launch a pilot program that would allow those with serious mental health problems to get mandatory outpatient treatment rather than be committed to a mental hospital.
Aggies for Living encourage students to “Erase the stigma” and raise awareness for suicide prevention
The student-run organization Aggies for Living and A&M Student Counseling Services partnered to put on the Suicide Awareness Walk with the intention of erasing the stigma associated with mental health.
Republicans have found an issue on which they can play a rare bit of offense in their quest to hang on to their Senate and House majorities: Obamacare.
Hillary Clinton's detailed proposals contrast with Donald Trump's broad promises for vastly differing approaches to public policy.
Funding treatment services and supporting public education for emergency response are not trade-offs, just like teaching the Heimlich maneuver and financing specialty medical care are not a zero-sum game. We can and must do both.
During the 2016 election, we've seen a shift from more run-of-the-mill (if particularly rampant) name-calling to the issuance of mental health diagnoses of candidates by unqualified individuals on both the right and left.
Families should be given breathing space to repay debts, otherwise the stress can affect children's mental health, a charity has said.
Men over 40 who are plagued with the omnipresent of generalized anxiety disorder are more than twice as likely to die of cancer than are men who do not have the mental affliction, new research finds.
Researchers from the University of Warwick show in a new study that conditions like back pain, fibromyalgia, and arthritis are linked with negative thoughts about insomnia and pain—and this can be managed by cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).
It’s been a long and drawn-out breakup because that’s how it goes with C-PTSD. Once you get to know it well, you practice breaking up with it every day.