People who dread social situations often drink alcohol to ease their anxiety, but they may ultimately feel worse, study finds.
Angry customers say Boohoo's new Christmas pajamas trivialize obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Even if there's no one elixir that will let you live to 100 and beyond, a surprising amount of power to age well rests in your hands.
Choose a gift for your friend who's in touch with her spiritual side.
For women who don't see their stomach flatten out by eight weeks postpartum, they can face a magnitude of health issues.
Experts applaud Pete Davidson for his continued candor about life with borderline personality disorder.
The images are eye opening!
The "Saturday Night Live" star says he's "upset" by mean-spirited comments from online bullies, following his split from Ariana Grande.
Children who start elementary school younger than their classmates are more likely to be diagnosed with ADHD.
Some people have become “hypervigilant” to the sound of their phone, waking when they hear a notification and instinctively reaching for the device.
Other medical services are already available at Walmart, such as eye exams. But is a retail setting appropriate for mental health care?
To seek relief, some people turn to dietary supplements. But do they really work? Here's what really helps.
Telling people that they're 'crazy' or they'll become an addict if they take psychiatric medications does more harm than good.
This simple, fun and healthy act will make everyone less irritable in minutes.
Stories about turkey's legendary power to induce drowsiness resurface every November, but are they true?
It's right in the middle of the card. Can you see it?
TODAY's Craig Melvin shares tip for meditation and advice on how to stop checking your phone so much throughout the day.
A new paper uncovers what experts suspected: Granting a wish improves children's health
Depression doesn't have to be a lifetime psychological prison sentence, new research shows.
A minister who interviewed her oldest congregants was surprised by some of their answers.
"Don't worry" falls short when someone experiences anxiety. There are better things to say when a love one needs support.
Being mindful about diet may help ease anxiety symptoms.
They come from a place where people live to old age without getting Alzheimer's. But something frightening happens when they move to the U.S.
Not all body changes, aches and pains are a sign of trouble. But there are some serious symptoms, especially after age 40, that may be overlooked.
Experts share what people get wrong about changing the clocks back in the fall when it comes to sleep.
What are the effects of too much sugar? Your body takes a wild ride during a sugar binge. A doctor weighs in on which candies make it worse and how to come...
The stress is so high that caregivers sometimes get sicker than the people they're caring for.
So many people relate to Toby's experience with depression because it feels so real.
Dream analyst Lauri Loewenberg decoded their spookiest dreams.
Almost everyone experiences earworms, but why? A new study uncovers the musical elements behind the unwanted intrusion.
Some of the brain changes impact women more than men.
The first woman to serve on the Supreme Court is retiring from public life due to dementia. How can diet help keep the brain healthy?
Two huge lottery jackpots are up for grabs this weekend. Such sudden wealth is especially hard for people to wrap their heads around, psychologists say.
TODAY sat down with one young woman, Nicole Zelniker, 23, to talk about the stigmas around OCD, as well as what she learned from her coping.
Dr. Madan Kandula, an ear, nose and throat specialist in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, has some pointers on symptoms that may be a cause for concern.
Sleep experts fill us in on the best pillows for pain relief and comfortable snoozing!
It was pretty uncomfortable for her at first, but the simple change ended up having big results.
He was a one-man experiment in a world crazy about omega-3 fatty acids and fish oil supplements.
A new study shows "a significant association" between chronic postpartum pain and postpartum depression.
One of the key concepts of the treatment is “radical acceptance.”
Most people experience a "hot streak" — a period when the successes just keep coming. When can you expect yours?
The singer and actress is taking action.