So-called "senior moments" can be unsettling and frustratingâ€”but we don't have to accept them as a normal part of aging. It may be possible to keep your brain "in shape."
Learn more about recent increases in mental health insurance coverageâ€”including substance use disorder benefits and others.
Sometimes it seems there's no escaping bad news, but your kids don't have to feel helplessâ€”here are some expert tips.
Do people who are religious or who have a nonreligious set of spiritual beliefs that guide them in their daily life have an advantage over those who donâ€™t when it comes to mental and physical well-being? Find out.
Engage in physical activity every dayâ€”research shows that regular exercise improves healthâ€”mind, body and spirit.
Early detection is important. Here are 10 early warning signs from the Alzheimerâ€™s AssociationÂ®.
Ask your health care provider if psychotherapy might help you cope.
Talk to your health care provider and try these 8 coping tipsâ€”treatment for depression is available.