Athletes use visualization to picture winning that race or scoring that goal. But you can visualize other goals, too – like financial security.
The first year of college or university can be exciting — and stressful. Here’s what parents and students can do to ensure things don’t get too crazy.
A study aims for better mental illness treatment through pharmacogenetics – the link between our genes and the way our bodies react to medication.
For many of us, work has become a 24/7 affair. Here are 5 smart ways to improve career performance without sacrificing time with family and friends.
Changes in sleep and eating habits, withdrawal, irritability: Is your teen just being a teen, or is it depression? Here’s what you can do to find out.
A viral email is showing that one of the most powerful ways you can foster mental health for yourself and others is simply to talk about it.
Think about learning some potentially good-for-you skills this summer, with these tips to help you succeed at your learning goals.
Keeping your social networks healthy and flourishing as the years go by can help you stay healthy, too – both psychologically and physically.
High debt plus low savings and scanty money smarts equal high stress and lower productivity. But with support, employees can feel – and work – better.
The link between chronic physical illness and mental illness is significant. But employers can take action to reduce the impact on their employees.