Researchers have developed a promising new framework for suicide prevention in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities. The research framework expands on conventional risk reduction strategies by placing Indigenous culture, knowledge, bel…
During National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, NIMH hosted a livestream event on suicide prevention during the pandemic, focusing on unemployment, youth, and other population subgroups who may be experiencing elevated risk.
This webinar will provide an overview of a NIMH-sponsored study that adapts an evidence-based mental health intervention for LGBTQ+ youth of color and their families. It will also showcase potential mechanisms that can be used to adapt the intervention…
In this NIMH-funded study, researchers used exosomes to deliver novel protein into the cells of mice infected with HIV. The protein attached to HIV’s genetic material and prevented it from replicating, resulting in reduced levels of HIV in the bone mar…
Many people polled were willing to drop a friend who refused to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Concern about students’ emotional well-being has intensified, but many students have long suffered emotionally because of ineffective curricula and teaching methods.
A global study has found young people are suffering “profound psychological distress” due to climate change and government inaction on the crisis.
Research has shown that older and younger adults need each other
Midlife was once considered a time to enjoy the fruits of one’s years of work and parenting and that is no longer true in the U.S.
A physically active lifestyle was associated with a 62% lower risk of anxiety disorder diagnoses among men and women in a study with the largest population size to date.