"We need to teach people about real connections," says Dr D, addressing a teen's reported suicide over a TV show and our dependency on social media.
Have our views of mentall illnesses changed over the last 100 years?
Episodes of occupational or work-related stress are problems that most people will encounter at some point in their professional lives.
What are some of the causes of exercise addiction, and who is at risk of this?
'Food paranoia' is gripping the nation, with four in ten people on a specialised diet.
Sarah Vine equates chronic anxiety to having a cold - irritating, unpleasant (especially for others) - but not too debilitating.
Depression feels endless. But a study shows 40 percent of people had recovered and reported feeling daily happiness.
Smoking cannabis on a regular basis changes the brain's natural reward circuits, according to new research.
A new blood test could be a first step towards personalised treatment for depression, say scientists.
Scientists have found yoga and meditation sessions are more powerful than brain training exercises in combating memory loss.
The difficulties in diagnosing the disorder and a lack of understanding were highlighted as the country marked National Bipolar ...
Hundreds of users took to Twitter to demystify the myths about what a person with depression goes through and how they see the world.
Being afraid of the dentist could indicate a more primal fear. Kamcilla Pillay speaks to mental health professionals.
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