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Jacinda Ardern’s resignation speech has resonated with many around the world, sparking a broader conversation about mental health in the workplace.
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Magic mushroom compound can reduce depression symptoms, trial shows
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Globally, the World Health Organization says we are getting better at treating mental disorders.
AI is helping scientists spot depression with 'roughly 80% accuracy'
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Demand soars in US for children's books dealing with trauma and grief
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Could Botox help treat mental health conditions by stopping frowning?
Scientists argue that by halting the negative emotional feedback that frowning sends to the brain, Botox may be useful in the treatment of mood disorders and depression.
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Dr David Erritzoe is leading the charge to use a new type of approach to mental health treatments by combining psychedelics with psychotherapy
World Happiness Report finds light amid war and disease
Helping strangers, volunteering, and donations in 2021 were strongly up in every part of the world, reaching levels almost 25% above their pre-pandemic prevalence.
Cheap antidepressant shows promise treating early COVID symptoms
Have you heard of fluvoxamine? It only costs €3.45 and might help to treat early COVID symptoms.
Is online therapy the key to unlocking the mental health crisis?
Due to lockdowns, psychotherapists have had to quickly adapt to virtual appointments, which like any developing technology has a set of issues.
Germany: Experts warn COVID taking heavy toll on youth mental health
While not as at risk to the disease as adults, youths may be more vulnerable to the collateral mental health effects of the pandemic, warned experts.
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Younger people subject to mental health issues amid COVID pandemic
The shutting of schools, disruption of daily life, paired with reduced social interaction and uncertainty over the future has increased the pressure on many young people.
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