The ongoing pandemic has made access to mental health services more necessary than ever, though new reports suggest Americans aren’t getting the care they need.
U.S. health officials concluded that anxiety caused fainting, dizziness and other short-term reactions in dozens of people at coronavirus vaccine clinics in five states.
A recent study highlighted by the National Institutes of Health found that middle-aged people who slept less than seven hours a night and/or had irregular sleep patterns could be at higher risk of developing dementia later in life.
Mental health experts are noticing a new phenomenon: anxiety about life after COVID-19. As restrictions are lifted and activities resume, normal may not feel so "normal" anymore.
Addiction recovery is difficult, even the best of times. But the isolation and stress of the pandemic have made finding support even harder, forcing programs to think outside the box.
A new study shows COVID-19 affects the mind and the brain in significant ways after researchers found a third of people who survive the virus develop mental health or brain disorders they never had before.
Researchers say they found a way to tell from a person’s blood how severe their depression is, the risk of developing severe depression in the future and the risk of future bipolar disorder.
The number of U.S. suicides fell nearly 6% last year amid the coronavirus pandemic — the largest annual decline in at least four decades, according to preliminary government data.
On Thursday, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, the director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, declared racism a “serious public health threat."
A new study shows that more than one in three COVID-19 survivors may suffer from longer-term neurological and psychiatric effects from the virus.
A Troy woman said her medical chart included a diagnosis that hasn't been used in decades.
A metro Atlanta therapist says that because of the pandemic she had not met with her patients face to face for more than a year.
The warning signs are all there.
Atlanta Public Schools students could have more options for trauma and mental health services as soon as this fall.
Research shows a surge in heavy drinking in 2020, citing stress brought on by the pandemic. Alcohol sales spiked in the early days of lockdown.
One year after the coronavirus pandemic shut down schools nationwide, a CDC survey released Thursday shows that remote learning has taken a toll on the mental and physical health of both parents and children.
An annual report on happiness around the world suggests the coronavirus pandemic has not crushed people’s optimism about the future after a year of loneliness, anxiety, lockdowns, illness and death.
A Spanish political party’s proposal for an experimental four-day workweek was accepted by Spain’s government, which is hoping to help the country achieve a better work/life balance.
Friday, the Georgia House of Representatives approved a $27.2 billion budget for the upcoming year.
Georgia House members want to spend more on mental health and state universities next year, using savings from the state share of the Medicaid program and reduced debt payments.