It may take some time to get the general public used to the idea of treating mental illness with drugs many associate with hard partying, but the medical community is jumping aboard the psychedelics train
Brazil is at the forefront of research into ayahuasca as a therapeutic drug. Jorge* is around 60 years old, works a white collar job, has gray hair, married children, and grown grandchildren. People who
A suicide prevention tutor who experienced suicidal thoughts himself was inspired to set up a website to help others in the same position.James Withey created 'Recovery Letters' from those who have been
Spotting signs that a psychotic episode is close can be hard - but succeeding means heading off a period of immense personal difficulty, and costly NHS treatment. Emily Eisner, a Medical Research Council
One report, using actuarial data, found that white-collar workers live longer than blue-collar workers. Another study confirmed this, finding that high-income workers have longer life expectancy than ones.
Except for a lone caretaker and a goat that greets visitors in the driveway, this 10-acre Contra Costa farm sits empty, a symbol of unfulfilled dreams and promises. Modeled after successful mental health
Sometime around 1907, well before the modern randomized clinical trial was routine, American psychiatrist Henry Cotton began removing decaying teeth from his patients in hopes of curing their mental disorders.