Anxiety disorders tend to first show up during the teen years, and now researchers say they may have found one reason why.
Here's the latest news on the science of anxiety, who it impacts and possible treatments.
Overdoses involving benzodiazepines are "a public health problem that has gone under the radar," a researchers says.
More children with mental health conditions are being treated by their pediatricians than by psychiatrists or psychologists, a new study reports.
Anxiety tends to run in families. Now, researchers say they may have found a way to help these families.
The pressure to be available 24/7 on social media has negative effects on teens' mental health, a new study finds.
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.
Children who are selective eaters have a greater risk of anxiety, depression and ADHD, new research shows.
A brain circuit that is responsible for extinguishing fear has been identified, which could pave the way for better treatment of PTSD and anxiety.
An anxious temperament is inherited via overactive brain regions passed down by mom and dad. But there's room for experience and the environment to help soothe an anxious mind.
People who spend too much time sitting down — be it during a daily commute, or in front of a computer or TV — may be at increased risk for anxiety, a new review finds.
Kids who are bullied during early adolescence are more likely to develop depression by age 18, according to a new study.
Being bullied during childhood may have even graver consequences for mental health in adulthood than being neglected or abused, according to a new study.
Doctors who take care of very sick Ebola patients may feel socially isolated, but surprisingly, they may not feel more stressed, a new study from Germany suggests.
It seems that most Americans have financial anxieties. But parents, Gen Xers, millennials, women and those living in lower-income households report higher-than-average levels of stress about money.
The community of microbes in your gut not only affect physical health, they may also influence your mental health, according to a growing body of research.