Robin Williams' eldest son Zak has honoured his late father's "incredible spirit" on his 70th birthday.
Alec Baldwin is “really seriously” struggling with obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), as he says he's begun to battle with "germaphobia", which is common in those with the mental illness.
Cara Delevingne thought being gay was a "mental illness" and was convinced there was "something wrong" with her.
Kelsey Grammer cried as he recalled seeing the "beautiful" bond Paris Jackson had with her father Michael.
Rose McGowan has been feeling “deeply sad and very low” in recent weeks, as she said she is battling the "intense beast" that is depression.
As the coronavirus pandemic played out, veterans who were already lacking adequate benefits and resources found themselves in deeper trouble.
Retired players are eligible for payouts in the NFL's $1 billion settlement of brain injury claims. But the NFL uses a scoring algorithm on dementia testing that assumes Black men start with lower cognitive skills.
Adam Deacon has accused Noel Clarke of “gaslighting” him and “sabotaging” his career, after the 'Adulthood' director was accused of sexual misconduct by 20 women.
Selena Gomez is launching a mental health initiative to help people “get connected to the resources they need” to make important changes to their mental health.
Cher called a fan living with Alzheimer's on FaceTime last week after a conversation with her daughter's therapist a year ago.
Tom Holland will star in Apple's upcoming mental illness anthology series 'The Crowded Room'.
A new study published in 'JAMA Psychiatry' found most COVID-19 survivors experience a significant rate of PTSD.
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Behavioral health officials predict about 2 million Washington residents — about a quarter of the state’s population — could experience sympto…
Children whose lives were disrupted from the COVID-19 pandemic are beginning to feel a strain on their mental health, new research suggests.