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.
With his bold, brave bio recently released, Jerry West etched a scorching brand of candor into the sporting lexicon.
In case you don’t get the obscure literary reference in the title, it’s a mutation of Rudyard Kipling’s classic Jungle Books story about a mongoose named “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi.” Enter Tiki Barber, who reminds you of Nag, the fictional cobra who approaches you as a pal only to strike when you least expect.
New studies suggest social networking sites can have a huge impact on your mental health, even leading to a digital depression, Maurice DuBois reports.
A condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder is in full swing with this winter weather and Renata Gelman of Partners in Care joined CBS 2 in studio to explain it.
Xiao Cai, 53, who lived with the little boy and his mother in Flushing, got into an argument with her own daughter and then threw the boy off a seventh-floor balcony, said the Queens DA.
If your head is throbbing, your muscles ache and your stomach is in knots. Those symptoms may not be caused by what you think. They are actually signs of depression and recognizing them early could ease the pain.