Borderline Personality Disorder is usually thought of as a “woman’s” disorder. But men can have BPD, too.
Addiction to painkillers is rampant, and a new, super-powerful drug containing epic amounts of one of the most popular “highs” of choice, hydrocodone, may be devastating.
Studies show that physical activity can help with depression. Should therapists be encouraging their patients to exercise?
What are you really responsible for?
In healthcare, everyone, it seems, is doing their job and someone else’s.
A study of over 23,000 women and children showed that a healthy diet during pregnancy and in early childhood contributed to good mental health.
Most of us go into the field because we like people and want to help them. But sometimes it seems like paperwork just takes over!
The trauma former child-soldiers in Africa have lived through is beyond imagination. Group therapy may be helping.
Leeds University students share their experience of coping with mental illness during their college years.
Are current NHS reforms actually stymieing better patient care?