Ten warning signs and symptoms, from the Alzheimer’s Association, that may signify that you or a loved one may have Alzheimer’s disease.
Eight myths and realities about Alzheimer’s disease, a brain disease that causes a slow decline in memory, thinking and reasoning skills.
A former smoker shares one important thing you can do to quit smoking.
Do you wonder if your behavior is crossing the line into addiction? Psychotherapist Dr. Gary Stollman gives 10 key signs of having an addiction.
Dr. Rosemary Erickson is a security expert who trains bank employees in what to do during a robbery. Learn the Dos and Donâ€™ts if you find yourself at a bank during an attempted robbery.
Do you think you could spot a narcissist? Could it be you or someone you know? Determine if there is a narcissist in your midst!
Dr. Frank Lawlis, Chairman of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, provides a checklist of symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD.
Opening up an age-appropriate dialogue with your children about a tragedy can be difficult, but it's necessary and important. Dr. Phil gives six tips for talking to young people.
Enabling behavior can make your addicted love one even sicker. Find out if you're an enabler.
Surviving a loss from death, divorce or when something you cherish is taken from you can be difficult, but you will survive. Dr. Phil shares steps to get back to better days.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can destroy families, dismantle marriages and leave its victims reliving a nightmare. But help is available, and there is hope for PTSD sufferers and their families.