Physical and emotional abuse is not only distressing, it’s psychologically damaging and increases women’s risk of developing a mental illness.
- by Rhian Parker
Taking tiny amounts of psychedelic drugs may ease feelings of depression and boost brain power, but microdosing isn’t the the panacea it promises.
- by Kate Aubusson
New research looking at nearly 46,000 people found that a healthier diet can significantly improve symptoms of depression.
- by Sarah Berry
A massive study partially using Queensland research has identified links between certain genes and depression, leading to hopes of targeted new treatments.
- by Stuart Layt
A South Australian academic says we need a new approach to preventing suicide based on coping skills, not crisis management.
- by Richard Woolveridge
Emma Phillips, 39, was given the nerve-pain drug pregabalin, sold by Pfizer as Lyrica, in 2016. Her GP wrote her a prescription to help with her viral meningitis, she says.
- by Liam Mannix
English fathers and fathers-to-be will be offered mental health screening and treatment, some argue the same is needed for new dads here.
- by Richard Fletcher, Jacqui Macdonald & Louise Newman
For me, it’s a time that brings into sharp focus life’s biggest questions.
- by Jill Stark
New data from Beyond Blue shows people are far less judgmental about those experiencing common mental health issues.
- by Wendy Tuohy
Former Manchester United star Michael Carrick’s admissions might be a game changer for English soccer.
- by Sam Wallace