Researchers revealed for the first time a 'cause-and-effect relationship' between the two conditions.
The day’s recognition is a chance to share hope and highlight the ways and resources to preventing suicide deaths, which were at the highest number ever last year in the U.S.
A study of 300 college campuses shows that over 60% of college students meet criteria for at least one mental health issue.
Data gathered by The Associated Press show at least 14 of the 20 most populous U.S. cities are hosting or starting such programs, sometimes called civilian, alternative or non-police response teams.
Experts caution that suicide is complicated, and that recent increases might be driven by higher rates of depression or limited availability of mental health services.
About 49,500 people took their own lives last year in the U.S., the highest number ever, according to new government data posted Thursday.
'Projecting perfection': Humane technologist warns that new influencer trend could damage kids' mental health
Advocates say it's a form of self-care, but some doctors say it could be a sign of depression.
Just one week after Angus Cloud tragically died, questions remain regarding the "Euphoria" actor's passing, prompting speculation on social media.
Single-person households in the U.S. are on the rise, with nearly 30% of Americans living alone – and D.C. is one of the ‘loneliest’ cities.
The new regulations would require insurers to study whether customers have equal access to medical and mental health benefits and to take action if needed.
It may seem a surprise, but even a 5-minute break at work can be beneficial. Here's how.
It has been a year since a national three-digit number was launched for people in a mental health crisis, and officials say the service has helped many in its first year. Here's what you should know about 988, and how it's doing so far.
A Hagerstown police officer saved the life of a man who appeared to be suffering a mental health crisis and tried to walk into traffic.
D.C. non-profit, Bread for the City has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the District of Columbia’s practice of sending police officers rather than mental health providers in response to mental health emergencies.
Experts cited several potential reasons for the increases in suicides and homicides, including higher rates of depression, limited availability of mental health services, and the number of guns in homes.
Could social media for kids be regulated next, like car seats and baby formula? The U.S. surgeon general is pushing policymakers to consider change in a new report on social media and youth mental health.
Half of respondents said those with disabilities should have access to assisted suicide
When someone searches for suicide-related terms, they’ll see a prompt with conversation starters they can send via text in an effort to “reduce the stigma” of reaching out for help.
Dashcam video showed the moment to officers jumping into action to save a man who wanted to end his life.