Researchers have suggested a new theory for why neurotic unhappiness and creativity are often found in the same person. But is the assumption that creative people are more neurotic actually true?
Are you a neurotic who overthinks just about everything? Congratulations, it may mean that you could become hugely successful in a creative job.
With the rate of suicide on the rise, it's time to train law enforcement officials to recognize the signs of mental illness.
New research shows that depression doesn't spread between teenagers but having mentally healthy friends can protect you.
Smartphones could be used to detect the behavior changes that are associated with depression.
More than half (52%) of aged care residents have symptoms of depression, compared with 10-15% of older people living in the community.
Out on a high, but what the road to retirement for top sports stars can be quite a come down.
Diagnostic labels usually describe symptoms, attempt to answer the question of what is wrong, and lead to a treatment plan. But "borderline personality disorder" fails on all three counts.
Combination drugs are considered an innovation of India's medicines industry but they are not as safe as they should be.
Research published today has found an association between commonly used antidepressants and birth defects. But pregnant women face greater harms from stopping their medication abruptly.
Brain damage is caused by persistent depression rather than being a predisposing factor for it, researchers have finally concluded after decades of unconfirmed hypothesising.
While there may be a connection between inflammation and depression, one doesn't necessarily lead to the other.
A study has shown that it is possible to lift rats out of depression by reactivating happy memories. But could it work in humans?
What happens to kids who survive school shootings? What are some of the damaging effects they are left to cope with?
Postnatal depression affects around one in six women. In this sense, it's the most common complication of pregnancy.
Children who were bullied had more than a two-fold increase in odds of depression later in life compared with children not victimised by their peers.
The mindfulness technique is being blindly sold and we are buying it hook line and sinker.
There is lot on the minds of teens other than school, grades and friends. Research shows being asked "prying" questions could make a real difference to their mental health.
Suicidal thoughts among college students are more common than we think. Graduate students, especially those in the humanities, are at a greater risk.
Ever felt depressed just from scrolling through Facebook? This might be why.