Contrary to our reputation for moaning, four in five Brits are optimists, according to new research by the University College
Coffee has hit the headlines again. Researchers from Harvard University found that women who drink four cups of coffee or
What with all this hype around Brad Pitt banging on about his failed relationship with Jennifer Aniston, I've been thinking again about that old question of who copes better after a break-up: men or women?
Eliminating loneliness is a lofty goal. And yet it's one that should theoretically be within our grasp. I was really interested to read that Sean Parker was working on a new start-up with just that goal in mind.
Have you ever been in a situation where someone has said to you "think positive" or "be positive" when you were upset or having a depressive episode?
I've been prompted to write this as the slow return to Work, School, College and University begins and I keep hearing mention of the blues!
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- Gary Barlow has revealed he once feared his music career was over when he lost his solo record deal
Why would anyone choose to be unhappy? It's a tough question to answer, but one all therapists must wrestle with on a daily basis.
Probiotic yoghurt has been named as a potential tool in the battle against depression, with scientists revealing a direct
Exercise can be as effective as a second medication for those battling depression, according to new research. Researchers
"A desperate man who lined up three kitchen knives before stabbing himself twice in the heart, blamed cuts in housing benefit
Mindfulness is one of those zeitgeisty health terms you may have seen bandied about in the media recently. But what exactly
So, when things are not going well and you feel like the world is on your shoulder, remember this, you have the power within you to change everything, and transform your life. Take each day in your stride and remember life is precious and each day offers a new opportunity.
If you turn on the radio when you want to cheer yourself up, you may have the right idea according to a new study. Scientists
t's time we stopped romanticising mental illness and addiction, stopped putting the heavily addicted on our cool-lists and their ordeal as our red-topped headlines.
Three million cases of Alzheimer’s across the world could be prevented in seven easy ways, a study in The Lancet Neurology