There was some anti-Trump sentiment at the music industry awards show.
Maybe Marx was right. The uneducated are fighting for their very existence.
The British singer said she is too frightened to have another child.
Broadcaster and U.N. ambassador James Chau speaks to Newsweek on why change isn't the same as progress.
The child star is best known for playing Harry's friend Seamus Finnigan.
'You can analyze how it happens but you don't realize at the time, when you fall into it,' McAteer says of depression.
A landmark study of more than a million Dutch women finds a link between depression and hormonal contraceptives such as the birth control pill, the patch and IUDs.
Springsteen's revelation is unique because his image runs counter to depression stereotypes.
Poet Hussain Manawer, 25, speaks to Newsweek about what it's like to be a British Muslim suffering from depression.
'Dancer,' the new documentary about Sergei Polunin—whose video to Hozier's "Take Me To Church" went viral last year—examines the star's rise and subsequent personal crisis.
Scientists believe there is no basis for the claim that optimism is fundamental to human psychology.
Orange shades could treat other mental illnesses as well.
As a former transgender person, I wish the guy who approved me for gender surgery had told me about the risks.
Prince William has urged men to openly talk about their issues "before it's too late."
College freshmen who identify as LGBQ are two-and-a-half to six times as likely to report feeling depressed as freshmen who identify as straight, according to newly released survey results.
Research shows the drug could soon be considered the leading treatment for severe depression.
Patients with depression who were exposed to direct sunlight left the hospital four days quicker.
A new study suggests that SSRIs used during pregnancy could significantly increase a child's risk for autism—by nearly 90 percent.
But CBT is often less available and more expensive.