People with Dementia Have 'Significantly' Higher Risk of Getting COVID, Study Finds
Researchers also determined that Black dementia patients are twice as likely to be infected by COVID‐19 than white dementia patients
Pete Davidson Recalls the Emotional Moment He Was Diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder: I Felt 'So Much Better'
Pete Davidson Recalls the Emotional Moment He Was Diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder
"When somebody finally tells you, the weight of the world feels lifted off your shoulders," the SNL star said
New York City Will Now Send Mental Health Experts Instead of Cops to Certain 911 Calls
A team of mental health professionals will respond to mental health calls in two high-need communities in New York City
20 Percent of Patients Who Recover from COVID Are Diagnosed with Mental Illness Within 90 Days
A new study followed 62,354 patients who contracted the coronavirus between Jan. 20 and Aug. 1
Moms Who Lost Custody of Their Kids Due to Addiction Overcome Darkness to Find 'Greater Things'
"I learned that I was a person and I was not my disease and that it was okay my kids could not keep me sober," says Freedom House alumna Christina Compton
Mom Who Lost Teen Daughter to Suicide Becomes Mental Health Advocate to Cope with Her Grief
“I say the best cure for grieving is living,” says Emmy Hamlin, who lost her 15-year-old daughter in April 2019