By Tara Culp-Ressler on October 31, 2013
The widening gap between the rich and the poor is putting women at risk of depression.
By Sy Mukherjee on October 23, 2013
Getting mental health treatment is often difficult for the people who need it most. Some states are trying to change that by bringing therapists right into a primary care setting.
By Sy Mukherjee on October 22, 2013
States have continued to cut their mental health budgets, even as the suicide rate has spiked during the economic recession.
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By Travis Waldron on October 10, 2013
After promising to keep him off the field for his green shoes, the NFL told Brandon Marshall it would only fine him. That doesn't make any sense either.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on October 4, 2013
Reports have emerged that the woman who was killed in a car chase near the U.S. Capitol this week was suffering from post-partum depression. She's hardly alone.
By Nicole Flatow on October 3, 2013
As prisons are increasingly becoming de facto asylums, those seeking mental treatment from the inside face a harrowing battle.
By Sy Mukherjee on September 30, 2013
With tougher prescription guidelines, more doctors are turning to drug-free behavioral health therapies that have proven as effective of drugs, but without the side effects.
By Sy Mukherjee on September 26, 2013
Mental health care was the reason for just 26 percent of all troops' hospitalizations last year, but accounted for nearly half of all days spent in a hospital.
By Sy Mukherjee on September 25, 2013
Over 60 million Americans will be newly eligible for mental health care benefits under health reform -- and primary care doctors are getting ready for the influx of new patients.
By Tara Culp-Ressler on September 20, 2013
Eighty percent of Americans place the blame for mass shootings on the nation's broken mental health system, compared to 61 percent who blame loose gun laws.