Robin Williams’ tragic suicide and the circumstances surrounding it are all too familiar for one Long Island mother who lost her daughter several years ago.
Williams passing has shed light on his overall health; both mental and physical.
Behind his manic comic genius and his delight in making people laugh, lurked the demon that eventually took Robin William’s life: depression.
People usually play video games for fun, but as CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois reported, a new breed of games are being used to treat depression.
A New Jersey woman has filed a lawsuit, alleging that her commute home made her sick. The woman also claimed her bosses fired her after her doctors diagnosed her with a unique disability.
The study, conducted on 74 patients by a cosmetic dermatologist and a college psychiatry professor, will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Journal of Psychiatric Research.
People take medication every day for things like anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Now, a new technique could make all of that go away.
A major development that could make a difference for many people fighting depression is completely drug free.
More and more these days, veterinarians see pets suffering from the same illnesses that humans do, such as cancer and kidney disease. Now, some dogs and cats are even being diagnosed with depression.
Pasta already has been maligned as a carb-heavy, fattening foodstuff in recent years, and now, a new study suggests that it might be linked to depression.
Eating right is widely regarded as an important part of staying physically fit, but it may also be just as important for your mental health, according to mounting research.
Dr. David Tolin from the Institute of Living dispels some common myths about mental illness.
Andrew Cooke, 18, was last seen leaving his Union County home on the afternoon of April 2. He has been treated for depression and anger management in the past and is bipolar, police said.
Sparx, a video game engineered in New Zealand, was developed to help young adults fight depression.
Herb and Andrea Ouida of River Edge lost their 25-year-old son Todd on 9/11, and have turned that loss into something positive, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reported.