New findings challenge the notion that there is a looming mental health crisis in the U.S. and that the crisis is being caused by technology.
Loneliness leads to more healthcare utilization and decreases the likelihood of a positive health outcome post-hospital discharge—but it is underappreciated and rarely well addressed by the healthcare community.
A new cost analysis study presented at Psych Congress 2018, highlights the substantial economic burden among U.S. veterans with treatment-resistant depression and what can be done about it.
Results of 20-year cohort study reveal that women with history of this serious medical illness are more vulnerable to lupus.
It can be tricky for individuals with this condition to effectively tackle their diabetes. Here’s how healthcare executives can help.
The launch of a new connected health platform will aid in management of diseases such as diabetes.
Major depression diagnoses have risen, according to a study of medical claims by the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association. Find out which populations suffer the most.