Those who place a high level of importance on spirituality and religion were found to have thicker cortices in the areas normally associated with thinning in people at risk, than those who did not
The Reds take on Aston Villa at Anfield this weekend
Stephen Fry, Spike Milligan, Paul Merton and David Walliams have all talked openly about their experiences with mental health problems
Trying to resolve problems about broadband while on the telephone to someone in India is a common frustration for people in Britain
Uruguay seems determined to create a legal marijuana market despite warnings from educators, psychiatrists and pharmacists of dangerous side effects.
Google's ideas for a world of search without typing are taking outlandish shape
Writer and philosopher whose work, beginning with ‘The Outsider’, searched for the meaning of man’s existence
A further 19 hospitals are to have their links with disgraced television presenter Jimmy Savile investigated, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said today.
Did they play golf in Soviet Russia? If not, then the KGB's idea of burying a secret cache in a bunker on a golf course might seem less slipshod than it did in last night's BBC2 Cold War spy thriller Legacy. After all, how was the KGB to know that British courses are full of perennially useless hackers such as myself who, when bunkered, tends to displace more sand than Lawrence of Arabia charging a Turkish goods train? I'd soon have uncovered it.
Court hears how Du 'massacred' his former business partners Mr and Mrs Ding as well as their two teenage daughters
Staff should be told not to help patients out of bed when they want to smoke
If we keep telling women they are useless behind the wheel, the idea gains currency
If you’d just had a heart attack you’d never be held in a custody
Olive Stevenson could not have foreseen the great consequences for her when, 40 years ago, she wrote a dissenting addendum to the report of the inquiry, of which she was a member, into the death of Maria Colwell, a child who had been killed by her stepfather. It gave her an unwanted celebrity status which unleashed invitations to lecture and speak and projected her on to the national stage.
David Nath explains why he hopes his ‘Bedlam’ TV series will help change ingrained attitudes to psychotic illness