Extreme health anxiety can be crippling but a lot of today's internet-fuelled "cyberchondria" doesn't need formal psychological treatment, says Zara Aziz
A programme that protects some US immigrants from deportation has reduced anxiety disorders in their children. But Donald Trump may scrap the scheme next week
What could be going on at Verily that would lead the former head of the National Institutes of Mental Health to bail on Google-sized money and data? The post Star Neuroscientist Tom Insel Leaves the Google-Spawned Verily for ... a Startup? appeared first on WIRED.
The bill now needs to be debated in the Senate, but could cost millions of people their health insurance if it passes
People who are more aware of their heartbeats are better at perceiving the emotions of others, suggesting training might help some autism symptoms
Doctors at research hospitals and even the US Department of Veterans Affairs are piloting new, AI-driven suicide-prevention platforms. The post Artificial Intelligence Is Learning to Predict and Prevent Suicide appeared first on WIRED.
Like many health studies examining relationships between bacon and cancer, salt and obesity, or sugar and heart disease, the science here is not settled. The post Do Cats Cause Schizophrenia? Believe the Science, Not the Hype appeared first on WIRED.
Republicans are on the cusp of undercutting the very mental health and substance abuse services they've promised. The post Obamacare's Demise Is a Looming Disaster for Mental Health appeared first on WIRED.
HB, who has ALS, is the first person to use a brain implant at home. Using electrodes placed under her skull, she is able to play games and communicate