Our tendency to view people with mental disorders as monsters instead of patients has a history that dates back to the 1400s.
Why a large swath of middle-aged, middle-class white Americans, especially those with lower levels of education, are dying more "deaths of despair."
The historical debate about the nature of Woodrow Wilson's health is intertwined with questions about his self-righteous character.
"Housing first” programs are helping cut homelessness in big ways. How significant is the link between mental illness and homelessness?
There might be a reason why being out in nature can put you in a naturally better mood. A new study researched the psychological benefits of ocean views.