New study examines the global economic cost associated with the effects of depression and anxiety, and how an investment in improving access to treatment for these illnesses on a global scale would have major positive economic impact.
As a proud sponsor of the third annual PeaceLove Studios mental wellness event, “Peace of Mind Storytellers,” Butler Hospital used the peace of mind theme to ask staff and members of the Facebook community what brought them peace of mind. The answers vary greatly, but some key trends emerged, like family and nature.
Meet Daniel, a college student who eventually had to learn how to cope with his anxiety.
In recognition of World Maternal Mental Health Day, Women & Infants Hospital recently hosted a live Facebook chat from three busy moms about how they take care of themselves physically and emotionally. Learn More.
Meet Omar, a young man who used drugs and alcohol to ease the pain and anxiety of his epileptic seizures until one day he decided to get help.
My new beginning was on March 16, 1983. It was the day I got clean and sober and nothing has been the same since. Read more about Joy's story.
If you start to feel a little blue as the winter progresses, you are not alone. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) occurs in about 3% of people and more often in women.
Bah-humbug you say? Don’t feel shamed into acting festive when you’re not feeling it. Instead of decorating your feelings with tinsel and lights, learn how being true to yourself can actually help you feel good!
Can't sleep? Hearts pounding? Mind refuses to "turn off"? These are all symptoms of anxiety. Learn how to manage your feelings in uncomfortable situations.
Every August, thousands of us drop our freshman off for college and we both – teenager and parent – start a new phase. Here are a few things to remember.