Joseph Jimenez said that voices in his head tormented him for months before the July 26 shooting in California that killed Rylee Goodrich and Anthony Barajas.
Comedian Kathy Griffin, 60, revealed on Monday that she had been diagnosed with lung cancer.
Kit Harington, Jon Snow in "GoT," has opened up about why he chose to take a break from acting.
Dewan revealed the mental health struggles she suffered while working after giving birth to her first child in 2013.
The two-time Olympian was seen forming an X with her arms at the medal ceremony of the women's shot put final on Sunday at Tokyo 2020.
England cricket all-rounder Ben Stokes is taking a break from the sport in order to "prioritize his mental well-being."
Aaron Reitz apologized to Biles and said he had "opined on subjects for which I am not adequately versed."
Mina was discovered at her home by an acquaintance who became worried after not being able to establish contact with the former member of K-pop girl band AOA
The cost of Australia's failing health system is in human lives, and it is also in measurable economic and social loss.
Biles said she has real-world issues beyond her athletic prowess, which is packed like dynamite inside her 4-foot-8 frame.
"Awesome Dawesome" opens up about Biles pulling out of the Olympics and her own efforts to change the culture of gymnastics.
"No one is born with those abilities. Those abilities come with time," said the tennis star.
Simone Biles, the most decorated gymnast in history, has pulled out of two gymnastics finals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
"We're human beings, nobody is perfect. It's ok to not be ok. It's ok to go through ups and downs and emotional roller coasters," said Phelps, the most-decorated Olympian of all time.
"Kids need strong role models not this nonsense," Morgan tweeted after Simone Biles withdrew from the Olympic gymnastics team final.
YouTuber Gabbie Hanna took a social media break after facing backlash for her latest series in which she addressed feuds with various social media stars.
"Evil is a kind of state of mind that, probably, all of us can get into at some point or other," says Dr. Gwen Adshead.
After Teigen posted an honest admission on Instagram, some celebrities came out to support her, while others chose to criticize.
"I feel uncomfortable being the spokesperson or face of athlete mental health as it's still so new to me and I don't have all the answers," said the tennis star.
Naomi Osaka thanked Meghan Markle for support in her French Open tennis battle—which touches on a subject where the duchess may have specialist experience.
"The sounds of fireworks—they can sound very similar to small arms fire, mortar rounds, just a plethora of explosives," said Iraq veteran Jeremy Harrell.
We must normalize mental health as part of the "whole person" health regime, just as we normalized nutrition and exercise over the last 30 years.
Fans quickly drew parallels between the "abusive" conservatorship Spears talked about in her testimony and the character she sang about in "Lucky."
"Lithium is a very, very strong and completely different medication compared to what I was used to," Britney Spears said in her court testimony.
Justin Timberlake, who dated Britney Spears between 1999 and 2002, took to Twitter to express his support after she spoke in court in a bid to end her conservatorship.