Mental Health and Disorders
A free collection of articles about mental health and disorders published in The New York Times.
Both Cesar Chavez and Simone Weil starved their bodies for spiritual and political reasons. Why is only one of them remembered as anorexic?
The CuddleCot helps preserve the body of a deceased newborn for days, allowing parents to hold them and take pictures.
Cannabis has downsides, but speculation and fear should be replaced with the best evidence available.
My neighbor’s hygiene issues are affecting my apartment. How do I solve the problem without forcing her out of her home?
In a court filing, prosecutors asked a federal judge to sentence Ms. Boone to as much as three years in prison for filing false tax returns.
At the National Institute of Mental Health, he helped put in place an ambitious research agenda focused on biology as the key to understanding psychiatric problems.
Men die earlier than women and commit more acts of violence. But the American Psychological Association did not have a guide for working with males, in part because they were historically considered the norm.
Vernessa Perez spent a decade in housing for people with mental illness, until this year. Now she lives in her own home with a husband and newborn baby.
The New York gallerist faces a possible prison term of three years after pleading guilty to tax evasion.
The wave toward legalization ignores the serious health risks of marijuana.