As little as an extra dollar could mean a significant decrease in suicide rates.
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An experimental study involving 90 heavy drinkers found promising results.
Move over SSRIs, Advil is on the way.
Researchers say further research is needed, though.
A newly studied hallucinogenic substance has shown signs of treating mental health conditions more efficiently than psilocybin.
The more research conducted on psychedelics, the closer we get to new therapeutic models.
FieldTrip is advancing the realm of clinical psychedelic testing.
Suicide rates in Puerto Rico have risen by a third since Hurricane Maria.
When you combine feelings of resentment with the societal praise of leaving one's mark, it forms a lethal cocktail.
A new study highlights the effects of a "digital detox" while traveling.
This modern therapy technique has been shown to be effective and easy to learn — could teaching it to students help cut off a growing mental health crisis?
A new essay by Rafael Euba questions the goals of the happiness industry.
The Harvard Medical School's clinical professor of psychiatry wrote the book on the topic.
We're going to have to reckon with our workweek sooner than later.
Preliminary evidence that lonely people lose the reflex to mimic other people’s smiles, potentially sustaining their isolation
If loneliness is a "disease," is this one of the complications?
When thinking about your shortcomings, it pays to be kind.
Even more intriguing is the reason: recognizing facial expressions.
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