Dr Chuk Anyaegbuna, clinical service lead at Koa Health, and clinical psychologist, Dr Tania Johnston discuss how technology can support the current delivery system and improve access to mental health services.
The social development of young people was effected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the murder of George Floyd, and more global events.
Doomscrolling can become a compulsive habit and affects our mental and physical health, here's why it's bad for us.
American military veterans of colour are unwilling to seek mental health support due to past discrimination.
Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, may halve the severity of symptoms and impairment caused by chronic anxiety.
Smells experienced in nature improve wellbeing and mental health by making us feel more relaxed, joyful, and healthy.
Relapse presents a major barrier to recovery from substance use disorders, and sleep disruptions have long been associated with drug withdrawal and relapse.
Chemical imbalance theory debunked as there is "no convincing evidence" that depression is caused by low serotonin levels.
Mothers and daughters who adhere to feminist values speak more positively about their bodies, suggesting that feminism may encourage better body image perception.
Adolescent depression and behaviour problems are increasing and new research suggests that it is linked to paternal depression.
Sexual minorities are more likely to engage in risky coping mechanisms such as having unprotected sex, drinking and smoking.
Social isolation can cause a higher risk of dementia, as it may develop lower brain volume in areas related to cognition.
Prof Marios Adamou OBE and Prof Grigoris Antoniou discuss the problems and solutions of adult ADHD, using an AI-enabled assessment of data.
Laura Marchetti, Policy Manager at Mental Health Europe, states the case for supporting the mental well-being of young people.
Lakshmi Mahadevan, Associate Professor and Extension Specialist at Special Populations, looks toward helping rural residents seek appropriate and timely help for mental health challenges.
People attending festivals commonly report having transformative experiences – which researchers find to improve connection to humanity and willingness to help others.
Almost half of working people are at risk of job burnout, and people working from home are more likely to feel this way, as almost one in ten are burning out.
Dr. Irene van Kamp, from the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment, discusses the exposome concept to study the role of the environment in human disease.
People who undergo Gender Affirming Hormone Therapy have high grades of satisfaction with the physical and psychological effects – and have fewer suicidal thoughts.
Looking at rising cases of drug overdose deaths, researchers discuss how stigma correlates to poor health outcomes for those struggling with addiction.