New studies confirm gender reassignment surgeries are failing to improve the lives of people struggling with their gender identity. Instead, these so-called treatments are worsening mental health, contributing to increased feelings of loneliness, and in some cases increasing suicide rates.
A ground-breaking type of medical implant has helped one paralyzed man walk again. But what's most amazing is the fact that he had been disabled for more than 12 years after a spinal cord injury.
As summer approaches, health experts issue warnings about the deadliest type of skin cancer, melanoma.
A new study reveals that prisoners who tap into their faith are less angry, more hopeful, and able to extend forgiveness more easily.
May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and that's important for everyone to know about, especially churches. The national awareness movement works to combat stigma and provide educational resources for the millions in the U.S. affected by mental illness.
People having a heart attack, a stroke or suffering from severe wounds after an accident go to the hospital emergency room. But what about people who want a prescription refill or think they might have a sinus infection? Believe it or not, a large number of those patients go to the ER too.
Praying, reading the Bible, and having a strong Christian faith can have a positive impact on both mental and physical health, according to a new report.
The far-reaching opioid epidemic is now hitting America's children harder than ever.
The mobile Bible app "YouVersion" wants its platform to connect believers to the Word of God in order to improve mental health and help people find peace of mind.
Researchers have uncovered new evidence pointing to a possible link between heavy marijuana use and schizophrenia in young men.