From depression to schizophrenia, mental disorders vary greatly in severity and impact on daily life. Learn about the causes and treatments available for a variety of mental disorders.
Have you found yourself lacking the ability to experience joy? Not feeling any pleasure in things you used to love to do? It could be just the blues, but it could be a deeper issue.
Do you have thousands of photos and emails stored on your devices or in the cloud? If so, you might be a digital hoarder. But is that as bad as being hoarder in real life?
The CDC recently released a report showing that some occupations have much higher suicide rates than others.
Where does your state land on the list?
Suicide is a major challenge to public health in the United States. But like most public health problems, it can be prevented.
A startling two-thirds of gun deaths in the U.S. are suicides, not homicides. Some suicide prevention advocates and gun rights supporters are coming together to educate people about suicide risk.
Hoarding is a serious mental illness that is extremely hard to treat. Find out what we've learned about the disorder over the years and how psychiatrists and psychologists are helping those who are living with the disease.
Experts are divided on whether animal hoarding should be considered a separate mental disorder from general hoarding.
Now in its fifth edition, the DSM is the bible of diagnosing mental disorders in the U.S. Adding or removing a condition from the manual can greatly impact public opinion, as well as pharmaceutical and insurance practices.
Doctoral programs are extremely grueling and stressful at times, but a new study shows they can even spark some serious psychiatric problems.
Scientists believe that coffee bubble phobia — a symptom of trypophobia, or a fear of holes — could be an evolutionary aversion to parasites.
Although it's rare, there are cases of two people sharing the same psychotic condition. How does that happen?
Casually using psychiatric terms for personality quirks can be harmful to people who actually have these illnesses.
Your average psychopath isn't a ruthless killer. It's far likelier you'll find them running for office, leading a company or just enjoying a cup of coffee next to you at work.
Imagine being afraid that if someone touches you or that if you sit down, you'll break. That's what life was like for someone with the glass delusion.
Food scientists dub sound 'the forgotten flavor sense.' A new study looked at how sound factored into how much we ate, with some interesting results.
Is social media turning us all into raging narcissists? Probably not, but that doesn't mean your friends aren't sick of your selfies.
Violent behavior within six months is significantly more likely in people with mental illness if they've experienced these three risk factors.
Fine dining is full of intense pressure and really long hours for food professionals. One nonprofit is trying to change that reality.
Financial hardship. Work deadlines. A trip to Paris. Wait, what? A visit to the City of Light is enough to send you off the deep end?
Some blame coulrophobia, or the irrational fear of clowns, on Pennywise, the psycho clown in Stephen King's 1986 book "It.â€ But clowns started scaring people long before that.
Suicide warning signs and symptoms may be hard to detect, but recognizing them may save a person's life. Learn the top suicide warning signs and symptoms
Co-dependency often begins in childhood, triggered by unhealthy family dynamics. Learn about the symptoms and treatments for co-dependency.
Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is characterized by a distorted self-image and difficulty controlling emotions. Learn about the symptoms and treatments for borderline personality disorder.
Personality disorders affect the way a person sees and interacts with the world, from attitudes to relationships to behaviors. Learn about the types of personality disorders and treatment options.