About 3.7 percent of America’s full-time adult workers (4.3 million) had one or more anxiety disorders in the past year, and the rate for adults not working full time is higher. See the whole story.
Medication treatment of anxiety is generally safe and effective. But it often takes time and patience to find the drug that works best for you. Read on.
Imagine walking into a doctor's office and getting a treatment that's been shown to be most effective for your kind of depression or bipolar disorder. This isn't possible today, but you can help make it happen in the future. Find out how.
Read the most recent blog post and find out the differences—and similarities—of a panic attack and a heart attack.
Listen to this new podcast if you're considering decreasing or discontinuing your OCD medications.
My Depression: The Up and Down and Up of It: A short animated movie illustrates the symptoms, emotions, and side effects of depression with witty comedy and unique musical numbers, based on the lifelong experiences of Broadway writer, director, and composer Elizabeth Swados. Tune into HBO for more.
Want to learn meditation, which can reduce anxiety and stress? Check out the review of this mobile app and others.
Mental illnesses affect everyone: Learn about the effects in different communities. Join the #MMHM2015 conversation.
Find out what it is, how it differs from psychotherapy, and if it might be helpful for you.
Help those with PTSD. Join the efforts to spread the word about PTSD and effective treatments.