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Does Social Media Make You Anxious?

From selfies to status updates, you’re constantly logged on to social media, but what does that mean for your mental health?

Understanding ADHD

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder can make you feel restless and prone to impulsive behavior. But there is an upside, too.

What You Need to Know About the Autism Spectrum

Often misunderstood, autism spectrum disorder encompasses a wide range of behaviors and personalities—it can also give a person some unique strengths. Here’s what it really means to have autism.

Yom Kippur, Fasting, and Disordered Eating

Refraining from food and drink can bring on triggering feelings for people who are recovering from eating disorders.

How to Help a Friend Who Is Struggling With Their Mental Health

Supporting someone through an emotionally stressful time is tough, and you don’t always know what to say. These tips can help you help your friend.

Social Anxiety: What You Need to Know

This mental health disorder goes way beyond shyness. Learn how to get control over the debilitating fear social situations, so you can enjoy your life.

How to Help a Friend Through a Loss

It’s hard to see a friend look sad, and even harder to know what to say or do. Use these strategies to provide meaningful support during this tough time.

How Self-Care Can Help You Cope with Tough Times

Feeling stressed or upset? These DIY mental-health strategies can give you an emotional, physical, and spiritual boost.

Are You Addicted to the Internet?

What You Need to Know About Online Addictions.

How to Boost Your Body Image

Thinking negative thoughts about your appearance can be bad for your health. Follow these smart strategies to feel good about the way you look

OCD: What You Need to Know

The inability to control unwanted thoughts and irrational behaviors can be downright scary. Learn the signs of obsessive-compulsive disorder and discover how to take back your life.

Bipolar Disorder: What You Need to Know

When Are Mood Swings Not Normal? Ups and downs are common. But bipolar disorder is a serious mental health condition that requires treatment