mental health

If winter days get you down, you’re not alone. You may have seasonal affective disorder, a type of depression triggered by the change of ...

By uclahealth • November 21, 2016

Earlier this month, a high school in New Jersey canceled its traditional homecoming celebration for fear that the event would become an exhibition in ...

By uclahealth • October 21, 2016

Written by: Dr. Robert Bilder Every week I read new studies, reports or articles letting us know what’s wrong with college students today. They’re stressed ...

By uclahealth • October 7, 2016

An estimated 43 million Americans – or 18 percent of the population – live with a mental illness, and many of them are facing ...

By uclahealth • October 4, 2016

A volatile and contentious presidential election campaign has left many people feeling disheartened, frustrated, and even hostile. Our reactions to the presidential contest – ...

By Ryan Hatoum • August 30, 2016

In June, autopsy results were released for music icon Prince, who was found dead April 21 at his Minneapolis-area home. The results confirmed Prince ...

By uclahealth • July 22, 2016

Health and fitness applications (apps) for tablets and smartphones make it easier for patients to take charge of their healthcare. But with hundreds of apps ...

By uclahealth • June 29, 2016

Smog isn’t just unsightly. It’s downright dangerous. As you might expect, breathing in the small particles and noxious gases in polluted air can worsen ...

By uclahealth • June 15, 2016

With National Men’s Health Week June 13-19 and Father’s Day on June 19, the month of June has become synonymous with men’s health. So ...

By uclahealth • June 12, 2016

May is Mental Health Month, and it’s a great time to brush up on your knowledge of depression — a condition that affects millions ...

By uclahealth • May 5, 2016