People with autism spectrum disorders may have a greater risk of depression in their young adulthood.
The Anxiety and Depression Association of America reports that as many as 2-3 percent of children might have major depressive disorder.
There is a new study on the effect treating teens for depression has on their parents. It suggests just treating teens has benefits for parents.
Exposure to medications used to treat ADHD has increased more than 60% in US children, a new study suggests.
Individuals who were incarcerated as children are more likely to be vulnerable to mental and general health complications later in life.
Researchers at UT Austin interviewed 129 youths aged 15 to 21 in three U.S. cities.
Time spent with friends in childhood is linked to physical health in adulthood, study finds.
The effects of extensive social media usage may even extend into adulthood.
A University of Illinois study examined the association between Tamiflu and suicide.
Substance use in children with ADHD begins at an earlier age, researchers found.