The search for the perfect selfie has claimed more than 250 lives, according to a 2017 study, but what's the psychology before this risky trend? Euronews takes a look.
An intelligence crisis could undermine our problem-solving capacities and dim the prospects of the global economy.
Yes, you can save that tax refund, bonus — or any windfall — instead of succumbing to the urge to rush out and spend it.
Does Christmas make you sad, or even angry? Fernando Azor, a psychologist from GabinetedePsicología.com, explains how to cope with the festive period.
A new so-called "rage room" has opened at a 'smash house' in Utah to help relieve tension.
Why death and destruction command our attention and how to stop the news from negatively affecting your health.
Just days after Friday 13 sent superstitious people into a spin, ‘Blue Monday’ was upon us with January 16 promising to be the most depressing day of the year for…
The psychosocial centre of the Niguarda hospital is in a quiet street in Milan. Its ethnopsychiatric service deals with around 300 refugees and
While technology makes it easy for us to check our emails outside of work, constantly being plugged in eventually takes its toll on our personal
How can we as parents or elders best communicate to children about terrorism and other senseless tragedies?
Schizophrenia is a neuro-psychiatric disorder that affects about one percent of the global population.
To date, the diagnosis of mental illnesses
Virgile is one of around 60 children in France who took part in a test trial to treat autism in 2012.
They were administered a diuretic drug to
Just in case you didn’t know, you are probably using your smartphone way too much, and you now can measure your level of addiction.
To what degree does our appearance determine our life? Is it a crucial factor when we look for a job? Euronews sought some answers from a young woman
The happiest people in the world live in Northern Europe, according to a new report published by the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions