Mental Health

For Americans who have lost someone to COVID-19 or anything else this year, the holiday season might be an uphill battle. Here's advice on processing the pain.
An alarming new study shows that suicidality cuts across race, ethnicity, class, educational attainment and geography.
"I know it's bad, but everyone's doing it," said one teen in a new report showing teens are turning to their phones as a "constant sedative."
Being thankful is difficult right now. These simple, expert-backed methods will help you find some positives.
Therapist Nicola Pierre-Smith joins the hosts to chat about how to protect your mental health as states prepare to lock down this winter to curb the coronavirus.
Here's how SAD lamps for depression and your mental health, as well as the criteria you should check before you buy.
Putting up Christmas decorations before Thanksgiving is the mood booster we need this year in order to be a little happier.
As the virus surges and we face pandemic fatigue, finding activities that put us in a state of mental "flow" may be essential for our mental health.
Join HuffPost for a discussion about mental health, myths about productivity and tips for being kind to yourself at work in an era of constant emotional stress and grief.
Having a baby in a neonatal intensive care unit is isolating and draining during normal times. In a pandemic, it feels nearly impossible.