With the death of comedian Robin Williams still fresh on many minds, people globally are observing World Suicide Prevention Day.
Williams passing has shed light on his overall health; both mental and physical.
Depression and mental illness is a problem that affects millions of Americans each year, and what is the scariest of all of it is that so many are afraid, unwilling or feel like they are unable to get the help they need.
Tom Watkins, CEO of Detroit-Wayne Mental Health Authority, says with the holidays come stress and depression, causing a rise in domestic violence and suicide cases.
Thursday is National Depression Screening Day.
Hundreds will come together to raise money and awareness, Sunday at Kensington Metropark.
Dr. David Tolin from the Institute of Living dispels some common myths about mental illness.
DETROIT — Older adults with the highest levels of depression and the lowest levels of social needs fulfillment experience higher levels of fraud, according to a new study from Wayne State University and the Illinois […]
Notre Dame researchers found that the negative mindset of students vulnerable to depression can make their friends more likely to develop the condition down the road.
Some frightening statistics have been released by the Centers for Disease Control.