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Naomi Osaka put her mental health first—and that needs to be normalized
Depression is the most common cause of disability among young and middle-aged adults in the US.
COVID-19 survivors may have higher risk of anxiety, depression, and neurological disorders
Scientists are still uncertain if COVID-19 has a biological connection to these later illnesses.
Four plants that are scientifically proven to be therapeutic
Plants can offer a lot of help with everything from pain relief to heart disease.
Can a happy lamp help cure your winter blues?
You don’t have to feel depressed to appreciate light therapy.
Zoom chats can be surprisingly therapeutic
Seeing a smile, onscreen or in-person, can do wonders.
Regular doses of awe can do wonders for emotional health
Here’s how to uncover moments of awe—in nature, but also in your living room.
8 tips for boosting mental health at college in the age of COVID-19
As campuses reopen, students stuck at home or in dorm rooms should take close care of themselves.
How to talk to kids about the coronavirus and other bad news
They might know more than you think, but starting the conversation is tricky.
Eight science-backed tricks to make you feel less sad
Cheap and easy mood-boosters with evidence to back them up.
A popular autism drug for children isn’t as safe as its label indicates
A decade’s worth of data suggests that the makers of Abilify haven’t been forthcoming about its side effects.