Brain inflammation may be a marker for clinical depression, suggests a small study by Canadian researchers.
Feeling sad or lethargic now that the days are shorter and the temperatures have dropped? Sleeping more often than you want?
After a school-based prevention program, European teenagers were about half as likely to attempt suicide or to feel suicidal, a new study shows.
It's not uncommon for modern-day soldiers to return from Iraq suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Social media users beware — connecting with people online could be damaging to your health.
People who have demanding jobs and job strain are more likely to suffer one type of stroke, a review of previous studies suggests.
New medical gadgets and smartphone add-ons could give patients more control over their healthcare. Dr. Manny sits down with Dr. Eric Topol, author of “The Patient Will See You Now,” to learn more...
They say you are what you eat, but exciting new research suggests otherwise: You feel what you eat.