'Ted Lasso' cast visit White House, promote mental health care
Comedian Jason Sudeikis, who plays the title character, and other cast members were meeting with President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden to talk about how mental health contributes to overall well-being.
World's happiest countries for 2023 — Here's where the US ranks
The 2023 World Happiness Report found that global acts of benevolence were found to be about 25% more common in 2022 compared to before the pandemic.
Zachary Levi opens up about 'Shazam! Fury of the Gods' and mental health
Zachary Levi is back making us laugh and saving the world in ‘Shazam! Fury of the Gods.’ The sequel to the wildly successful ‘Shazam!’ is super-sized with wild visual effects.
Man accused of attacking flight attendant raises questions about security, mental health
A Massachusetts man accused of attacking a flight attendant and attempting to open the plane's emergency door on a cross-country flight has directed attention to passengers with mental health illnesses.
Gov. Hochul joins GDNY: Bail reform, affordable housing and more
Bail reform, affordable housing and more: Gov. Kathy Hochul joined Good Day New York to discuss a variety of topics.
The new pressures on teen girls: How can they get help?
A new study by the CDC shows just how severe the impact is on girls' mental health. It is also raising questions about how to give them the support they need so they don't feel so alone.
NYC high school students demand more mental health funding instead of more police
New York City high school students spoke at a City Council meeting Wednesday, to advocate for more funding to be directed towards mental health resources rather than school police.
People use emojis to mask their negative feelings, study suggests
The research team found that negative emojis were generally only used when the negative feelings were very strong.
Do you suffer from ‘bankxiety,’ ‘scamxiety’ or other modern anxieties plaguing Americans?
A recent poll found that millions of Americans suffer from modern anxieties.
'Like a second home': Fountain House connects New Yorkers with mental health services
The Fountain House aims to help New Yorkers living with serious mental illnesses. It is just one of the services being supported by Mayor Adams' expanded mental health plan in the city.
Mayor Adams unveils new mental health agenda
Mayor Adams released a new plan to tackle the mental health crisis in NYC
Mayor Adams World Teen Mental Wellness Day
Mayor Adams unveiled a series of mental health initiatives including the possibilities of adding more safe injection sites
BetterHelp to pay $7.8M for sharing mental health data with Facebook, Snapchat
Online therapy platform BetterHelp will pay $7.8 million for reportedly sharing sensitive mental health info with Facebook, Snapchat and other advertisers for profit.
American teens' mental health crisis: What's driving this?
A recent CDC report highlights what mental health experts have been ringing the alarm over: Teens, and specifically girls, are suffering.
US veterans in suicidal crisis now eligible for free emergency care at any facility
Veterans do not need to be enrolled in the VA system for the new policy, which includes inpatient care for up to 30 days and outpatient care for up to 90 days.
Teens who grew up feeling loved experience better long-term health, study suggests
Scientists looked at data from over 3,500 high school students and followed their health over the course of 20 years.
Gov. Kathy Hochul addresses public safety, mental health in State of the State Address
Hochul proposed changes to New York's bail reform laws, a $1 billion investment in mental health services and offered a housing vision that would build 800,000 new homes over the next 10 years.
Chipotle giveaway: Meditate and exercise for free guacamole
Chipotle will give away 10,000 promo codes a day beginning Jan. 13 until Jan. 23.
Study: Children who habitually check social media may experience major brain changes
Researchers said habitual social media checking in teens is impacting their brain development at a time when they're already going through "significant structural and functional reorganization."
NYC homelessness hits record number
The Coalition for the Homeless claim the average number of people sleeping in a shelter every night climbed to nearly 66,000 in October, an all-time high.