A new study shows COVID-19 affects the mind and the brain in significant ways after researchers found a third of people who survive the virus develop mental health or brain disorders they never had before.
Researchers say they found a way to tell from a person’s blood how severe their depression is, the risk of developing severe depression in the future and the risk of future bipolar disorder.
The study found that looking at cancer and neurodegenerative diseases with artificial intelligence could lead to discovering how to alleviate symptoms - or maybe even prevent the diagnosis from happening at all.
In just one conversation, it won’t take long to realize Jake’s already got abilities just like his comic book counterpart. Autism isn’t his disability. It’s his superpower.
The number of U.S. suicides fell nearly 6% last year amid the coronavirus pandemic — the largest annual decline in at least four decades, according to preliminary government data.
Social networking giant LinkedIn is allowing its staff members a full, paid week off post-Easter to support mental well-being.
Researchers also found one specific cultural factor common in “Western” countries that played the largest role when determining the level of exhaustion.
Thirty-one percent of American adults admit to near-constant use of the internet, according to a new survey conducted by the Pew Research Center.
EMDR training will be offered for free to Austin-area counselors in exchange for pro-bono counseling for trauma survivors referred by Austin police.
One year after the coronavirus pandemic shut down schools nationwide, a CDC survey released Thursday shows that remote learning has taken a toll on the mental and physical health of both parents and children.
A Spanish political party’s proposal for an experimental four-day workweek was accepted by Spain’s government, which is hoping to help the country achieve a better work/life balance.
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The Wharton School study found there was no dollar value at which money stopped mattering to a person’s well-being, contrary to influential research that found happiness plateaued around $75,000 a year.
Denver’s STAR program launched in June of 2020 has successfully responded to nearly 750 mental health calls, all of which have resulted in no arrests, no injuries and no police.
The city of Aurora, Colorado, hired an independent team of investigators to review the death of Elijah McClain in 2019. The team’s report was released Monday.
This month, Austin 911 operators have begun asking if the caller needs police, fire, EMS, or mental health services.
The parents of Alex Kearns, 20, say he thought he had lost $730,000 when he took his own life. They are now suing Robinhood Financial, claiming the popular stock-trading platform’s business practices "directly" led to their son’s death.
“Austin 911, do you need Police, Fire, EMS, or Mental Health Services?”
Amid increasing evidence of lasting neurological effects from COVID-19, the National Institutes of Health said it has launched an online database in order to track these symptoms in hopes of better understanding how the coronavirus impacts the brain and nervous system.
A new survey from the U.S. Census Bureau found younger adults who live alone are much more likely to report feeling anxious or depressed during the pandemic than older adults.