The "All American Festival" at the Peoria Sports Complex on July 4 will have music, water slides and of course, fireworks. But 4th of July activities can be a little overwhelming for some so the city of Peoria will have a sensory room. It will have kits people can check out, including everything from noise-canceling headphones to weighted blankets. There will also be plush chairs and activities to make sure people can stay calm during the celebration.
A new poll reflects that stress and worry for people reached a higher rate in 2021 compared to the emotions most felt at the start of the pandemic.
There's a new mural in downtown Phoenix, crafted a little differently by a group that wants it to connect with everyone who feels like they're alone.
“The results of this study, coupled with previous research findings, suggest that participation in organized team sport may be a useful medium through which to promote child and adolescent mental health,” the researcher said.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Surgeon General made their way to Phoenix to highlight the alarming rise in healthcare worker burnout.
Business groups have warned that if the bill passes, social media companies would most likely cease operations for children in California rather than face the legal risk.
Researchers who gauged "parental burnout" in dozens of countries around the world found American moms and dads were among those feeling most exhausted.
The study revealed that most moms struggle with their mental and emotional health and can't prioritize it because of their dual responsibilities of juggling their jobs and caring for others at home.
Naomi Judd died by suicide following a longtime struggle with mental health, according to a new report. The country legend took her own life on Saturday, multiple sources confirmed to People magazine.
“We apologize to the Spade family,” the company responded in a statement.
Grammy award-winning singer — the 'mom' half of The Judds singing duo — shared her struggle with depression
A new online poll says four in 10 women have reached what’s known as a "breaking point," or the point when life stressors become too much and cause a physical, mental or emotional breakdown.
The famed bluebells are in bloom again at the Hallerbos in Belgium. Visitors can enjoy the flowers to take their mind off the pandemic and other issues in the world.
The number of teen girls who visited U.S. emergency rooms for eating disorders doubled during the COVID-19 pandemic, and visits for tic disorders tripled, the CDC said.
A group of researchers believes psilocybin has great potential in treating people suffering from depression and anxiety.
Despite their "embarrassment" over the situation, friends of Will Smith's have been "privately texting him and trying to be there for him," a source revealed.
The California Department of Education funds a program for mental health training for teachers for any school district requesting it. Experts warn of a mental health crisis facing children.
The event at Kiwanis Park is created by the National Eating Disorder Association. It's not only about awareness, but highlighting resources available to people impacted by eating disorders.
Researchers found “windows of sensitivity” — or the apparent link between social media and life satisfaction — happen more substantially at certain ages.
Andrew Toles hasn't suited up for the Dodgers since 2018, but his contract was just renewed, according to USA Today, so he could have access to mental health resources.