Heart disease and stroke is the leading cause of death for Australian women. There are many risk factors for heart disease, but one we don't pay enough attention to is poor mental health.
The aim was to understand intense social problems that accompany people's medical problems.
The Fed is in a tricky position as it signals it may soon cut interest rates to boost the economy, which also risks spurring runaway inflation and even an economic downturn.
Over half of Australian teachers suffer from anxiety and nearly one-fifth are depressed.
Ketamine and other psychedelics are being licensed for medical use – two experts advise how to minimise harm for users.
Suicide rates increase in times of economic strife and uncertainty
Research shows that ketamine can produce long-term reductions in symptoms of treatment-resistant depression.
Australia is about to start its first trial of psychedelic drugs for the treatment of anxiety and depression. If the results are positive, this could transform the way we treat mental illness.
If you're ready to come off antidepressants, it's important to tread carefully. About one in five people experience withdrawals, and it's possible to fall back into symptoms of depression, too.
About 10% of pregnant women and 13% of women who have just given birth experience a mental illness.
Mental health is impacted by both genetic and environmental factors. But new research reveals that many mental health disorders may flow from early disturbances in fetal development.
Depression can affect people at any stage in life – here, an expert in psychology answers a young reader's question about how to help.
Some have called reports overblown, with others going so far as to call it a myth. But the data that continues to emerge tell a different story.
Diseases like psoriasis and lupus are linked with a heightened risk of mental health disorders in younger adults.
It is clear nature and nurture are factors in suicidal behaviour. But how they interact now needs to be investigated further.
Research using massive databases -- such as the Danish Psychiatric Central Research Register -- is enabling a whole new understanding of the links between life history, the gut and mental health.
A safety committee convened by the FDA has declared esketamine safe for severe depression. But isn't this drug the same as ketamine, an illegal street drug? A medical anthropologist explains.
Almost half of people with depression don't appear as sad as you'd expect, but are at a particularly high risk of suicide.
Mental health care for teen mothers is not part of routine health facilities in Nairobi's informal settlements.
New research shows that perfectionism has increased dramatically over the last 25 years, and that perfectionists become more neurotic and less conscientious as time passes.