Explore our past coverage of mental health.
Some people are more prone to develop seasonal depression. A researcher discusses the most effective treatments.
Podcast host and author John Moe discusses his own experiences with depression, and what he’s learned interviewing others with the illness.
Hospitals can’t keep up with the need for mental health treatment in children. Experts explain how to build better support.
A professor of psychiatry studies the genes responsible for metabolizing medication to predict if patients will respond to depression treatment.
SAD is more than just the post-holiday blues. Here are some treatment options if you suffer from seasonal depression.
A new study identifies the genes that make depression inheritable.
While more than one in ten Americans take antidepressants, some scientists think popular depression treatments don’t fully address the leading causes of depression.
Former Surgeon General David Satcher writes about his efforts to eliminate healthcare disparities in the U.S.
Neuroscientist Mary-Frances O’Connor explores what happens in the brain when you experience grief and why it’s a struggle to accept loss.
Uncertainty is hard for everyone. Here’s how caretakers can support kids and teens during social distancing.