Being Fired Hurts More, Has Longer Recovery Time Than Break Up, Study FindsAccording to a study, most people are hurt more by the loss of a job than the termination of a relationship.
Study: Happiness Doesn't Lead To Longer, Healthier LifeFeeling happy or content with your life doesn't necessarily mean you'll enjoy benefits of living longer or increased health, according to new research.
Study: Healthy Diet Can Help Battle DepressionA new study finds that a healthy diet could help battle depression.
Study: Young People On Anti-Depressants More Likely To Commit Violent CrimesYoung people who take antidepressants may be significantly more likely to commit violent crimes, according to a new study.
Study: Hundreds Of Thousands Of Children Suffer Mental IllnessAustralian researchers found that often times parents are unaware of their child's distress.
Study: Bullies Have Higher Self-Esteem, Lower Depression RatesBullying behaviors are linked to higher self-esteem, social status, and a lower rate of depression, according to a new provocative study.
Study: Stress, Depression Increase Risk Of Early DeathStress and depression can be dangerous for people with heart problems, a new study finds.
Study: Student Loan Debt Linked To Poor Mental Health In Young AdultsStudent loan debt is being linked to poor mental and psychological functioning among young adults and students, including increased levels of depression and stress.
CDC: Middle-Age Women Have Highest Rate Of DepressionAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, women ages 40 to 59 have the highest rate of depression of any group based on age and gender in the United States.
Depression And Homelessness Struggles Among U.S. VeteransHomelessness among veterans is a complex problem, and a difficult one to resolve. But there is hope, and resources.
Study: Sunny Days May Boost Suicide RateA recent study has found a link between sunlight exposure and suicide rates; adding further evidence to previous studies.
Study: 50 Percent Reduction In Depression For Breastfeeding MothersWomen who plan and then follow through with breastfeeding are half as likely to become depressed following birth as mothers who had planned and followed through on not breastfeeding.