A program called Stay Well is working to help Michiganders through the mental health challenges of COVID-19.
Researchers behind a large study have found that loneliness might actually help strengthen parts of the brain tied to imagination, reminiscing and future planning — helping those cope with isolation.
FOX 2's Roop Raj sits down with Dr. Samantha Dutton to discuss mental health during the holiday season.
The year 2020 has been the worst year ever for Americans’ sleep, according to new research.
As COVID-19 cases surge in Michigan, the reality of loneliness is too real - in both teens and adults.
While therapy animals are not a new concept, hugging cows in the name of wellness is gaining popularity not just in its origin country, but in the U.S. as well.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness is working to help so many who are struggling, working to end the stigma and shame associated with mental illness.
It's a daunting reality as September highlights National Recovery Month.
With stress and anxiety on the rise in the pandemic, concerns have grown about suicide during an incredibly difficult time. While the awareness campaign's traditional walk has been disrupted, a virtual one is still planned. Learn more at afsp.org/miexperience
Researchers said the findings suggest people all over the world are consuming too much technology and news, which is generally making them feel more anxious.
The CDC mental health survey found that younger adults, minorities, essential workers and unpaid adult caregivers have been disproportionately impacted.
Chief Craig said Darrien Walker was taken for mental health care weeks before he was killed in an altercation with police.
As the family mourns the loss of Austin they realized this tragedy could give life to someone else.
EndeavorRx is a game aimed at improving attention function and symptoms associated with ADHD in 8 to 12-year-olds.
So many are feeling anxious and depressed during this global pandemic.
Four residents volunteered to work in ICU's caring for patients on ventilators, side-by-side with the critical care teams.
Suicide help lines are flooded too. Stabenow says it is critical that money hits the ground. But we have to do something that has been a challenge even before COVID-19. Squash the stigma around getting help.
The University of Michigan launched a two-week study March 24th asking 562 adults across the country how they're coping with COVID-19. The questions were about anxiety, depression, relationships and parenting.
According to Nielsen, alcohol sales are up more than 50 percent. Online alcohol sales are up more than 200 percent.
It's a decision that has left the victim's family -- and members of the community -- outraged.