Youth who experienced weight stigma prior to COVID-19 were 3-times more likely to engage in binge eating during the pandemic vs those who had not, a new study found.
Survey: Most US adults feel COVID-19 has made it essential to talk openly about suicide; more than half say it has made them more open to discussing mental health.
A new study found that brief mindfulness-based programs can reduce stress and anxiety among US health care professionals.
The CDC reports an alarming level of pandemic-related psychological and behavioral distress including thoughts of suicide across US population segments.
A survey of >15 000 UK respondents found people who have or had COVID-19 are more likely to develop general psychiatric disorders and loneliness.
Ketamine used in patients with treatment-resistant depression operates via serotonin 1B receptors by way of a previously unknown mechanism of action, according to a new study from Sweden.
Over half of US adults who responded to a new survey said COVID-19 has impacted their mental health. To what extent? Find out in our new slideshow.
Almost half of Americans are anxious about contracting COVID-19, suggests a new American Psychiatric Association poll. More results at-a-glance here.
Frontline medical workers dealing with COVID-19 in China have a high risk of developing symptoms of depression, anxiety, insomnia, and distress.
Mental illness affects 1 in 5 US adults every year; some of them are your patients. This brief study of "the numbers" is essential.