Mental Illness: A Rising Toll

Millions of Americans are affected by mental illness. However, a worsening shortage of mental health services could block access to promising new therapies for many.

Strong Market for Medical Office Investment

An evolving healthcare landscape is fueling an expanded patient base and strengthening the outlook for investment in medical office buildings, according to real estate crowdfunding firm...


Study Finds Survival Benefit for Lung Cancer Patients Whose Depression Improves

Improving symptoms of depression in lung cancer patients is associated with longer survival, according to a recent study. The findings highlight the need for oncology physicians to address mental health issues their patients may be facing, experts say.

Researchers Link Childhood Attachment Anxiety to Poorer Adult Health

It is well-established that low socioeconomic status (SES) during childhood can negatively influence health throughout the adult years. Recent research published in Annals of Behavioral Medicine suggests attachment orientation may be a mediator of this phenomenon.

Telemedicine Unbound: Applications for Remote Care Continue to Expand

As more patients become interested in remote visits, some observers say telemedicine is lowering costs and improving care.