A local animal shelter went the extra mile for a person in distress.
Women are twice as likely as men to experience major depression, but only a fourth as likely as men to die by suicide.
A recent survey asked the age-old question: can money buy happiness? More than half said yes, and here's the price tag for the average American.
Former first lady Rosalynn Carter spent five decades of championing the education, understanding, and normalizing of mental health and substance abuse treatment.
Looking to get stuff done? Being angry might help, according to a new study from the American Psychological Association.
A member of the University of Utah women's gymnastics team announced her retirement from the sport and withdrawal from the school on Friday.
Treatment methods for season depression include light boxes, sitting in sunlight when possible and getting physical activity.
“A fear of people" – or anthropophobia – was most commonly searched in populous states like California and New York, the report said.
Researchers revealed for the first time a 'cause-and-effect relationship' between the two conditions.
The day’s recognition is a chance to share hope and highlight the ways and resources to preventing suicide deaths, which were at the highest number ever last year in the U.S.
Data gathered by The Associated Press show at least 14 of the 20 most populous U.S. cities are hosting or starting such programs, sometimes called civilian, alternative or non-police response teams.
More than 250 union members within the Washington Department of Health have signed a petition against a mandatory training program within the agency called Outward Mindset, and they're calling for it to become optional.
Experts caution that suicide is complicated, and that recent increases might be driven by higher rates of depression or limited availability of mental health services.
About 49,500 people took their own lives last year in the U.S., the highest number ever, according to new government data posted Thursday.
'Projecting perfection': Humane technologist warns that new influencer trend could damage kids' mental health
Advocates say it's a form of self-care, but some doctors say it could be a sign of depression.
Just one week after Angus Cloud tragically died, questions remain regarding the "Euphoria" actor's passing, prompting speculation on social media.
The new regulations would require insurers to study whether customers have equal access to medical and mental health benefits and to take action if needed.
It may seem a surprise, but even a 5-minute break at work can be beneficial. Here's how.
A new health report from Snohomish County raises concerns about a growing homeless population, a lack of food security and an inability to connect with mental health resources.