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 Large number of schizophrenics report happiness Nearly half of people with schizophrenia, one of the most severe forms of mental illness, claim that they are happy all or most of the time. Ask CyberShrink » Blog Bipolar journey » Talk Heart to heart forum » Quiz Are you a hypochondriac? » This video of a school choir singing Pharrell's "Happy" will make your day Helping HIV-positive kids in South Africa Afraid of flying? According to statistics, at least one in four people reading this have a fear of flying. For business travellers, it can be a real problem – and one that never gets easier. "House of Horrors" - What made him do it? What drives men to commit such despicable crimes, and is there anything we can do about it? Dewani to make third court appearance Shrien Dewani who is being tried in Cape Town for allegedly conspiring to have his wife murdered, is set to appear in court on Friday. Levodopa beats newer drugs for Parkinson's The dopamine drug levodopa still outperforms newer medications for the long-term care of people newly diagnosed with Parkinson's. New strategy to help autistic jobseekers Simulated training programmes may help autistic adults do better in job interviews. Asperger’s, Autism no excuse for mass murderers Doctors keen to point out that the disorders have no tangible link to violence as is often claimed. “ Latest comment on Health24 Adele Pelteret says... Nutritional Therapists (like Sally Ann Creed who wrote the The Real Meal Revolution with Tim Noakes) would help anyone interested in doing the Banting under supervision, but they... Tim Noakes on carbohydrates ” When ignorance of disease is bliss Although early detection of disease can be important for treatment, 'disease-labelling' may cause problems by altering a person's perception of their own wellbeing. Sudden bereavement can cause psychiatric disorders A new study found a link between the sudden death of a loved one and the onset of disorders like mania, post-traumatic stress disorder and depression. Insomnia may increase suicide risk People are more likely to commit suicide in the early hours of the morning, especially those suffering from insomnia. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Keep your pet's teeth in tip top condition Cape Town's legendary Blisters for Bread walk 2014. Occlusal disease - a modern day dental problem Eduloan offers affordable education finance Live healthier Winter Wellness » Boost winter health Happy feet in winter Don’t become a winter blimp Tips to stay fit and healthy in winter When it's cold it's easy to pick up the coughs and sniffles, and it's even easier to indulge in comfort foods. Don't ! Vitamin wise » Vitamins for HIV What to eat for vitamin B? Cut down on vitamins Get your vitamins right Find out which vitamin to use for which condition. Ask our Vitamin expert.