The brother of Adam Lanza, the man responsible for the school massacre in Connecticut, reportedly told police that his brother suffered from mental health issues. Heather Irish, President of the MINDS program, says although it does not excuse the actions of the shooter, it may help officials understand why he did it.
A University of Michigan study shows what’s behind the higher than average number of physician suicides.
Several state workers who say they provide employment services to 1.5 million disabled Michiganders are fighting back against a plan to lay them off by the end of the month.
Mental health and aging specialists often remind us that to keep the old gray matter working at optimum level, we should challenge our minds. Doing so can be as simple as working on cross-word puzzles […]
With a common goal of making health care better, safer, more cost effective and more equal, nearly 400 health researchers from across the University of Michigan and partner organizations have formed one of the nation’s largest research entities of its kind.
Officials say a medium-sized dairy herd in Michigan’s northeastern Lower Peninsula has tested positive for bovine tuberculosis.
How students manage distressing situations and how they get along with others is part of the equation for success that usually begins in college.
Members of the community are encouraged to attend a suicide prevention forum on Wednesday, Sept. 21 at Farmington Hills City Hall.
Some evidence that venting your anger can be good for your mental health.