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A new CDC report contains some discouraging stats about deaths by suicide. That doesn't mean all hope is lost.
Like many mental illnesses, anxiety can be hidden. But panic attacks are often frighteningly visible.
Advice from experts for when you just can't seem to shake the loneliness.
The Grammy nominee tells Gayle King she aims to use her platform to connect with fans who have battled depression and suicidal thoughts.
Shutting down anyone who says to "just relax" is an act of self-care.
From a Netflix binge to thoughtful end-of-day moments, here's what parents do for some “me” time.
There are a lot of myths around what it's like to have both mental health conditions at the same time. Let's clear some of those up.
Honestly, we could all take note from the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
My childhood trauma doesn't define me, but it is something I deal with every day.
The singer pushed back on entertainment site Pop Culture for suggesting her post on mental health was about the couple's breakup.
HuffPost has a first look at the cover for "The Bridge," due out in September.
If you're going to make a resolution for the new year, it may as well be improving your mental health.
Experts share the stressful problems that affected most of their patients, from social media to politics.
Examining the most prominent mental health events that went down in the last 10 years and what else needs to be done to erase stigma.
“It was like freedom all over again. It was like being born again, I guess. It was like I woke up.”
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If someone uses drugs, does that mean they don’t deserve our compassion?
“I’m going on a little ‘vacation,’" Davidson said. "Insurance pays for some of it, and they take your phone and shoelaces."
Horoscopes and tarot readings have turned into an unlikely form of therapy — and experts say they can help.
The condition is called buying-shopping disorder, and some experts want it recognized as a real mental illness.
I have, and live with, an illness that society still struggles to understand.