How to prevent dementia, according to new WHO guidelines

If you want to save your brain, here are the do’s and don’ts from the new WHO guidelines.

Screen time has little impact on teen wellbeing — even right before bedtime

It’s the study all teenagers have been dreaming to see.

Want your kids to be calmer and have improved mental health? Connect them to nature, scientists say

Many parents have been suspecting this for a while — now we have the science to confirm it.

Alarming number of children and teens suffer from mental health issues, British survey concludes

The results are particularly concerning for one demographic.

A 15-minute jog is better for the mind than a brief period of calm relaxation

It’s incredible what just a couple of minutes of exercising can do for the mind.

Feeling bad about feeling bad makes you feel even worse

Turn that frown upside down? No, just accept that sometimes it’s OK to feel bad.

How to beat anxiety — according to science

Are you particularly critical of yourself and the blunders you make? Here’s to get over it.

Pets should be considered a main source of support for people with long-term mental health conditions

Pets can be lifesavers.

The depressing state of American mental health: 20 percent of the population suffering from mental illness, but only half get treatment

Depressing news.

LSD and other psychedelics not linked with mental illnesses

Researchers  at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s (NTNU) Department of Neuroscience analyzed a massive survey of 130,000 randomly chosen people from the US to see whether there is any association  between psychedelic drug use and mental health problems – a claim that has had large circulation and is often cited, despite little research in this respect. Their findings suggest