Excessive use of internet may significantly increase the risk of mental health problems such as depression and anxiety, especially among college-going students, a study has found.
Immune cells in the spleen can contribute to prolonged anxiety following psychological stress
A new study states that early predictors of anxiety and depression may be evident in the brain even at birth.
A neighborhood surrounded by trees and shrubs, with birds chirping all the time, may lower your chances of suffering from anxiety or stress, a new study revealed.
A new study, conducted by the researchers from the Cambridge Institute of Public Health, has found that women living in deprived conditions and poor areas have a 60 per cent higher risk of developing anxiety ...
The number of children dealing with anxiety has been increasing steadily for decades, with up to 25 percent of teenagers now suffering from diagnosable anxiety disorders.
It isn't easy being anxious. The good news: Curbing your anxiety may be easier than you think - perhaps as easy as saying "thank you."
A new study done by the University of Cambridge states that women, as well as young adults, are twice as likely to experience anxiety as men.
Stress, fear and anxiety have become a part of our daily lives. Studies have shown that taking too much stress may lead to anxiety disorders and serious mental illnesses. But, certain lifestyle changes may help ...
A community-based mental health care programme can significantly improve the lives of millions of people suffering from mental illness, researchers have found.