'We fear that too much is at stake to be silent any longer', say psychiatrists
The President's unorthodox practices have unnerved many in Washington
'The only thing left to do is shave my head, which I'm really saving for a public breakdown,' says the pop singer
More than half of teachers who tried to seek help for children say they found it difficult to find a service or professional to meet their needs
'One teenage girl struggling with eating disorders told me that thanks to body positivity she'll have cake on her birthday for the first time'
'I’ve been in this town for 26 years. I have never seen anything like this. I genuinely do not think this is a mentally healthy president,” says Mr Cohen
Ending stigma is ‘an important goal, but it’s not going to solve our nation’s mental health crisis,’ says Luciana Berger, head of Labour’s mental health campaign
In 2015, 271,000 children aged 12 to 17 received care for mental illness at a residential treatment facility. But that decision, and the aftermath, can be hard on families
Most people grow out of 'fussy eating' as children. But some adults struggle with debilitating aversions to food.
"We cannot remain silent as we witness the rise of an American form of fascism"
Barbara Res worked as a construction manager for the New York tycoon
More and more mental health experts are sharing their diagnoses to warn the public
The shape of your brain could be a determinant in levels of neurosis
The family of Dominic Puopolo has close links with Bill and Hillary Clinton
It promises to leave you feeling invincible
Anger management expert Mike Fishers says most people wait to until their lives are in chaos before they seen help for their anger problems