Home > Mental health > News News All sections in Mental Health » Alcohol » Brain » Disorders » Drugs » Living with Mental Illness » Mental Health in SA » Stress » Treatment » Mental Health News How your brain reads other people's faces Researchers found the one area of the brain which appears to be responsible for recognizing facial expressions. Ask CyberShrink » Talk Heart to heart forum » 13 hidden signs of stress Regenerative medicine: replacing brain cells lost from stroke Young adults with autism lag in school, work Young adults with autism are less likely to go to college or hold down a job than their peers with other types of disabilities, a new US study finds. SA psychologists need to get involved at grassroot level South African psychologists need to become more engaged in advocating for social justice to respond to the challenges faced by the majority of people living in South Africa, according to a community service clinical psychologist. Toxoplasmosis from cat faeces may trigger bouts of rage People with aggression problems might be suffering from toxoplasmosis, an illness caused by a parasite found in cat faeces and undercooked meat. Spiders' size exaggerated in minds of those who fear them Women with spider phobia tend to overestimate the size of these arachnids, according to an Israeli study. Could reducing your stress levels help you lose weight? A lab study sheds light on how chronic stress may make it harder to burn off body fat. South Africa struggles to manage mental illness Mental illness is often sidelined in South Africa due to an inadequate workforce – however cost effective interventions and enhanced health systems would enable adequate delivery of mental health services. Who will look after my disabled child while I work? This is the question one mother asked the SA Federation for Mental Health. With the Department of Health promising more money for the special school sector, there may be light at the end of the tunnel for many desperate parents. Minerals you need for a healthy nervous system Minerals such as iron and iodine are important for healthy nervous systems. Here's why. Mentally ill, tied to a tree and starved... In some corners of South Africa, those living with mental disorders are still tied to trees and denied food by the very people meant to protect them – their families. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors The three stress-busting basics you can’t afford to ignore Detangle the myths from the facts Why you should try the cold or hot approach for sports-related injuries Head lice myth busters! Live healthier I gave hubby HIV » Giving babies antibodies promptly may eliminate HIV Vaginal ring to prevent HIV on the cards I gave my husband HIV and watched him die Stephanie van Niekerk unwittingly infected her husband with HIV and ended up having to watch him wither and die in front of her very eyes. This is Stephanie's story in her own words. Snoozing Sanctuary » Bedroom performance affected by salary Sound sleep helps the heart Are you sleep-deprived? How healthy is your bedroom? One third of our lives are spend sleeping and with a few changes you can transform your bedroom into a snoozing sanctuary.