With homelessness and its associated diseases surging in Los Angeles, policymakers must find a way to humanely make health care available
Start being extra kind to your waiters, cashiers, and retail assistants. A new study finds that working in the service industry increases depression risk.
More and more, researchers are starting to believe that the food and drink you put in your body can directly affect mental health issues like anxiety.
It’s not your imagination: for depression sufferers, the symptoms can feel even worse at once the sun goes down. Learn what to look for and how to cope.
An entirely new class of migraine relief drugs is likely to be approved by the FDA soon — and that’s a huge relief for the millions afflicted by them.
Mistreated lower back pain isn’t just a source of chronic irritation for sufferers: it’s also adding fire to the country’s already blazing opioid epidemic.
A new study confirms what Crohn’s Disease sufferers already knew anecdotally: the artificial sweetener sucralose (Splenda) worsens their symptoms. Here’s what you should know.
Anti-depressant medications have some degree of stigma, with people claiming they don’t work or that they numb the senses. But for many people, they’re a lifesaver: and a new published study seems to confirm that they indeed work.
Important news for anyone who plays sports: a new study suggests that repeated hits to the head likely cause CTE, whether a concussion was involved or not.
Lupus has been around for centuries, but only now are we beginning to understand the depth of this invisible inflammatory disorder.