Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a form of depression that typically starts in the fall and continues through winter. Here's how to treat it.
A new bill in Florida would allow students to call in sick for mental health reasons. With suicide rates at record highs, an advocate for youth mental health says it's a step in the right direction.
Rachel Maddow shared on the "WTF" podcast with Marc Maron that she has "cyclical" depression. "And when it happens, I sort of lose the will to live," Maddow said. "Nothing has any meaning."
Jameela Jamil revealed on World Mental Health Day that she had attempted to take her life six years ago, urging others to ask for help when they need it, as things "can turn around."
Psilocybin, an ingredient in "magic mushrooms," is a promising treatment for depression. Researchers have now found a more affordable, faster way to produce it.
In interviews with Yahoo Lifestyle, more than a dozen teachers across the U.S. discussed how increasing demands of teaching have negatively affected their mental health — causing insomnia, depression, anxiety and panic attacks.
Clinical psychologist Elizabeth Lombardo on signs to look out for that could indicate you or a loved one might be at risk for suicide.
The Kennedy family says that Saoirse Kennedy Hill didn't party before her untimely death.
Police in an English seaside town have installed "chat benches" in a bid to combat loneliness in the community. Anyone who is feeling isolated is encouraged to sit on the benches and strike up a conversation with a friendly stranger.
The designer's husband, Andy Spade, posted a photo of a Christmas Tree that he and their daughter, Bea, were planting in her honor on the first anniversary of the designer’s death.
“Really, anyone can do this," says Seattle father Colby Wallace, whose signs have made a difference in his neighborhood.