Researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History have used a new tool in comparative linguistics to examine emotional concepts across the world.
Research from a small study showed that it took seagulls 21 seconds longer to approach a bag of chips with a human staring at them.
Ninth-graders at the Uplift Hampton Preparatory school in US's Dallas learn about mental health using different techniques to spot depression and anxiety.
The United States has the second highest death rate by firearms globally. Now guns are also affecting a significant number of children.
As Indian women feature at the top of global female suicide rate, we met a group of survivors from Bangalore city who explained how suicidal thoughts crept into their minds.
The United States under Trump is ratcheting up international tensions with disastrous consequences for world affairs.
Health experts say mental health crisis has gripped Yemen, where only 40 psychiatrists are left to cure tens of thousands of people suffering from heart and mental diseases caused by post-traumatic stress disorder.
For a fee, people can take a baseball bat to glass bottles or the walls to find their way to a calmer state of mind. But health experts say better coping mechanisms are at hand.
Psychologists find a marked increase in stress in early 2017, as Americans struggle to cope with rumours of looming war, an uncertain political future, and a deep rift between left and right lawmakers.
The Human Rights Watch Film Festival aims to increase awareness and empathy by focusing on human rights and the people fighting their abuse around the world.
Happiness is a decision in a world where hate, fear, death and crime are always present.
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