According to data on light pollution, LGBT safety and living costs, Helsinki is the least stressful city in the world - with 0% of the population living in poverty.
A new study finds that transgender people who begin hormone treatment in adolescence have better mental health, than those waiting until adulthood.
A study suggests that smokers are more likely to become socially isolated and lonely as they age, compared to non-smokers.
According to a new study, a quarter of Fantasy Football players have admitted that the game negatively impacts their mental health.
Researching DNA outside of our genes, analysing the ‘dark genome’, scientists have found evolved proteins which can distinguish between schizophrenia and bipolar disorders, improving diagnosis and treatment.
The largest new study of its kind finds that meditation could assist people to become less prone to making mistakes.
Claudia Marinetti, Director of Mental Health Europe, calls for action to curb the prevalence of mental distress amongst frontline health workers.
CBD has wide-ranging benefits, but what about its effects on depression? Here, we find out what the research shows from Oils by Simpson of 2012.
Dr Florence Baingana, Regional Advisor, Mental Health and Substance Abuse at WHO African Region speaks about mental health and why it is so important today
Researchers have found that the increased activation of the bilateral prefrontal cortex of the brain after a brief run can improve cognitive function.
Dr Lakshmi Mahadevan describes a multi-level intervention program that is helping to offset the negative impacts of lack of access and social isolation by providing a pathway to reducing stigma, prevention, timely intervention and recovery from mental health challenges that was hitherto unavailable to rural Texans.
Tim Barker, CEO at Kooth discusses the crucial role digital solutions will play in the post-pandemic recovery, particularly regarding mental health.
To try find better solutions to mental health problems across the U.S., researchers looked at drugs to combat mental illness in mice, with results already transpiring from just one dose.
To help meet the increased demand from the pandemic, the government has funded £5 million to services to prevent suicide, including charities, NHS and social care staff, and high-risk groups.
According to a study, children who eat better, more nutritional diets, with more fruit and vegetables, have better mental health and wellbeing.
A report focusing on tackling the mental health challenges associated with the worsening climate advocates for better policy for emotional wellbeing.
Kirsty Mason, copywriter at men’s health company, Numan, discusses mental health inequalities among ethnic minorities, LGBT+ and middle-aged men.
The University of Georgia shows the dark and dangerous way in which many young people are using social media platforms to share images of self-harm.
A study identifies suicide risk disparities amongst lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults, with differences based on sexuality, gender, age, and race.
Researchers have developed a new machine with a learning-based approach to recognise adolescents undergoing suicidal thoughts and behaviour.