The popular show about misanthropic narcissists understands mental illness in a way that most television shows don't.
We spoke to the director of medical virtual reality at the Institute for Creative Technologies to learn how gaming hardware is helping with PTSD and more.
VICE explores the therapeutic potential and psychological risks that come with the emerging world of virtual reality gaming.
One study found that people who repeatedly viewed footage of deadly events were more traumatized than those who had witnessed the events in real life.
Helaina Hovitz had just started seventh grade in Lower Manhattan when the planes struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
Emergency psychologists are at the scene of the devastating earthquake to help victims with their first steps towards processing trauma.
Pot will remain a Schedule I drug alongside heroin, acid, and bath salts.
A landmark study from the 90s had identified the consequences of adverse childhood experiences on adult health. But today, it's still not used enough in clinical practice.
The military veterans were clearly isolated and troubled when they came home from the Middle East.
VICE's political correspondent scopes the scene on the night of Donald Trump's official nomination.
We asked psychologists and a chaplain how to handle weeks of headlines dominated by shootings, political turmoil, and terrorist attacks.
"Drugs like MDMA should be the object of rigorous scientific study, and should not necessarily be demonized," one researcher said.
He taught me how to play poker and gave me my first orgasm. Then he hit me.
A new study says women are more prone to anxiety disorders than men—but is it as straightforward as it seems?
Miscarriages of justice continue to take their toll on the mental health of prisoners after their release.
VICE follows a suicide rescue team on the Han River in Seoul, South Korea to understand what the country is doing to end its suicide epidemic.
Russ Hudson uses Spain's loose marijuana restrictions to explore and review different strains of weed at Barcelona's cannabis clubs.
Members of Congress and veterans groups have pushed the VA to let doctors recommend medical marijuana to patients, but the VA won't budge, citing federal laws.
"I've been locked up for a nickel bag of weed before, so to be able to walk around without the fear of the police bothering you is great. Getting weed [legally] is like a blessing."
There's more to virtual reality than having a new way to watch porn or make gaming more intense.
This morning, two suicide bombers who attacked Brussels yesterday were named, a cop called Ted Cruz's comments about Muslim neighborhood patrols "foolish," a Tribe Called Quest's Phife Dawg has died, and more.
We spoke with the US veterans who believe smoking pot is a better treatment for PTSD than the slew of opiates, benzos, and antidepressants that the VA prescribes them.
What were they thinking?
An interview with medical marijuana researcher Dr. Sue Sisley.