Dr. Drew Ramsey
A new Facebook feature has users hitting the “like” button. Because of online bullying and teen suicide, the social network is now using sharing to save lives.
The effects of bullying can last a lifetime, a comprehensive new study in the American Journal of Psychiatry has concluded.
When a straphanger has a brush with death it can be terrifying and life-changing not only for the victim, but also everyone around.
Researchers at UPenn’s Perelman School of Medicine imaged the brains of 949 adolescents and young adults. They found women seem to have stronger links between reasoning and intuition, while men have stronger links between perception and action.
Dr. Drew Ramsey, author of “50 Shades of Kale,” stopped by The Couch to talk about the benefits of the leafy green.
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. Drew Ramsey from Columbia University and the author of the book “50 Shades Of Kale,” visited The Couch Wednesday to talk about these brain foods.
These people are only in their 20s, and are just beginning their lives. It should be a time filled with promise and possibility, but many of them are already disillusioned.
Can food fuel irritability, anxiety and even aggression? Experts say yes.
It turns out that what you put in your grocery basket could be affecting the way you feel. Dr. Drew Ramsey, co-author of “The Happiness Diet” visits The Couch to talk good mood food.