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 Mom found guilty of killing 5-year-old son with salt A mother accused of killing her son by giving him salt through a feeding tube has been found guilty and faces life imprisonment. Ask CyberShrink » Blog Bipolar journey » Talk Heart to heart forum » Quiz Are you a hypochondriac? » 13 hidden signs of stress Regenerative medicine: replacing brain cells lost from stroke Clinically depressed three times more likely to commit violent crime Those who suffer from major depression are three times more likely to commit violence, including sexual crimes and assault. FDA approves drug for binge-eating disorder The US Food and Drug Administration has approved Vyvanse, a drug that treats adults with binge-eating disorder. Top US doctor in favour of medical marijuana Expert opinions that medical marijuana can help some patients may boost pressure on the US Justice Department to redesignate the drug under federal law. Clinic mum over 'gay conversion' therapy A psychological clinic has remained silent after being ordered to compensate a homosexual man for administering electric shocks to make him heterosexual. Bill Cosby sex claims sparked by a man The sex scandal surrounding Cosby has grabbed people's attention the world over, but only because a rival comedian breathed new life into these claims. App gives early warning of bipolar mood swings A smartphone app could be used to detect subtle voice changes that give an early warning about mood changes to people with bipolar disorder and their health care providers. “ Latest comment on Health24 Alan Rigele says... I like the phrase..... beta tester Charge your cellphone by masturbating ” How a mom allegedly killed her son with salt Health24 digs deeper into a case of a mother facing life imprisonment for allegedly killing her 5-year-old son by giving him salt through a feeding tube. Many US schizophrenics getting wrong meds A new study indicates that almost 40 percent of newly diagnosed US schizophrenics are medicated inappropriately. How to help a grieving person this festive season Holiday joy can be lost on someone grieving the death of a loved one. 'Let them know you care,' says an expert. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors What's this about vitamin B? Independent studies have proved once again that EPO significantly improves symptoms of atopic eczema JJ & Associates offers gents' health– the first medical practice of its kind Live healthier Safety first » Those training for Cycle Tour at risk of flu How to cycle Support the Cycle Tour in style Safety tips for cyclists The number of cycling injuries are on the increase. Here's more about wearing proper safety equipment. Hit the road » Advice for the long runner Hill training: how to do it Why running is good for you What to wear when you run You do not need a gym membership to run. All you need is the correct clothing and you're ready to reap the benefits.