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Hypnosis Changed My Life

By Ilana Kaplan

When my anxiety and insomnia returned, my therapist suggested a new form of treatment. The results challenged my inner skeptic.

New Therapies Help Patients With Dementia Cope With Depression

By Andrea Petersen

Many patients with cognitive impairment have anxiety or depression, but standard treatments are difficult for people with memory issues.

New Therapies Help Patients With Dementia Cope With Depression

By Andrea Petersen

Many patients with cognitive impairment have anxiety or depression, but standard treatments are difficult for people with memory issues.

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Perry Hoffman, 75, Dies; Saw Family Support as Key to Psychiatric Care

By Benedict Carey

Dr. Hoffman established a family network to help people with borderline personality disorder, a support system that become a model for other conditions.

The Crisis in Youth Suicide

By Jane E. Brody

Too often, suicide attempts and deaths by suicide, especially among the young, become family secrets that are not investigated and dealt with in ways that might protect others from a similar fate.

If β€˜Pain Is an Opinion,’ There Are Ways to Change Your Mind

By Austin Frakt

All pain is real, but it’s also true that it’s “made by the brain” and that we can exert some control over it.

If β€˜Pain Is an Opinion,’ There Are Ways to Change Your Mind

By Austin Frakt

All pain is real, but it’s also true that it’s “made by the brain” and that we can exert some control over it.

3 Hours of Exercise a Week May Lower Your Depression Risk

By Gretchen Reynolds

Walking, jogging, yoga or any type of exercise may help to ward off depression, even in those with a genetic susceptibility.

Investigating a Famous Study About the Line Between Sanity and Madness

By Jennifer Szalai

In “The Great Pretender,” Susannah Cahalan finds a mystery when she revisits an influential 1973 paper that upended the field of psychiatry.

What Should I Do About the Workaholic Who Works for Me?

By Kwame Anthony Appiah

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on intervening when an employee works too much and holding onto an inheritance.

Holiday Eating Got You Anxious?

By Jolie Kerr

Seven tips on how to navigate conversations about food at Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving, When You’ve Got Nowhere Else to Go

By Amelia Nierenberg

“They want to be loved,” said the founder of Chiz’s Heart Street, a group home where residents cook and celebrate together.

How Not to Feel Dead Tired This Winter

By Joanne Chen

It’s cold. It’s dark. And spring is months away. No wonder you’re exhausted. Here are four expert strategies to feeling revitalized, even in the most wintry of days.

The Zen of Weight Lifting

By Brad Stulberg

Chop wood, carry water and other lessons that apply far beyond the gym.

The Zen of Weight Lifting

By Brad Stulberg

Chop wood, carry water and other lessons that apply far beyond the gym.

How Not to Feel Dead Tired This Winter

By Joanne Chen

It’s cold. It’s dark. And spring is months away. No wonder you’re exhausted. Here are four expert strategies to feeling revitalized, even in the most wintry of days.

Woman battling anorexia says girls' trip saved her life

By Madeline Farber

A 20-year-old British woman who battled anorexia for two years credits a girls' trip for saving her life.

The Zen of Weight Lifting

By Brad Stulberg

Chop wood, carry water and other lessons that apply far beyond the gym.

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