There is no evidence that fidget spinners offer any benefits for ADHD, autism or anxiety, a small new review study reveals.
Here's the latest news on the science of anxiety, who it impacts and possible treatments.
Trypophobia is an unusual phobia -- people feel strongly disgusted when they see clusters of circle-shaped objects, such as bubbles or holes.
People experience a range of unpleasant feelings — including fear, anxiety and panic — related to meditation, researchers found.
Cannabidiol could be used in addition to talk therapy to treat anxiety disorders, researchers say, although more study of the compound is needed.
Model Chrissy Teigen recently revealed that she had postpartum depression, a condition that often left her with too little energy to leave the house.
Can spending a few minutes on your smartphone each day improve your mental health? A new study says it's possible — if you have the right app
Just like human hair, dogs' fur can go gray if they're going through tough times, a new study finds.
One in six adults reported taking a psychiatric drug, such as an antidepressant or a sedative, in 2013, a new study finds.
The hallucinogen found in "magic mushrooms" can considerably reduce the depression and anxiety felt by patients who have terminal or advanced cancer, according to new research.
"I was absolutely broken inside," Gomez said when she accepted her award for Favorite Female Artist – Pop/Rock.
Some mental health problems require a therapist. Other times, we just need a mental readjustment. Here are 9 ways you can improve your mental health right now.
Men who experience excessive anxiety may be at increased risk of dying from cancer, a new study from Europe suggests.
People can consciously control the activity of particular brain regions when they receive cues about its activity level, which could help with psychiatric disorders.
Men who earn more money than their wives may be rolling in the bucks, but they tend to have poor health and heightened anxiety, new research shows.
A new app from Apple coaches you through breathing exercises, but do these exercises really help reduce stress?
People who are workaholics may be more likely to have symptoms of certain mental health conditions, a new study suggests.