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New toxic online trend threatens mental health of vulnerable children
Young people seeking support online over personal issues can find themselves being bullied and accused of attention-seeking — leaving them vulnerable to grooming online, a new report warns.
Mental health concerns grow in Bahamas as Dorian shock wears off
One woman and her husband huddled on top of a bedroom dresser for two days, surrounded by floodwaters.
Violence in mental health can't be ignored,  but nor can the pain of punitive policies
When Anna* became physically unwell as a student, her GP referred her to a psychiatrist and she agreed to voluntary treatment. After interviewing her for less than an hour, the psychiatrist diagnosed her with schizophrenia and told her there was a risk she would kill her mother.
Neglect of Scottish health service set to influence indyref outcome
By all credible accounts, Scotland is gripped by a suicide crisis. According to the Scottish Mental Health Foundation (SMHF), two people commit suicide in Scotland every day.
Study identifies possible genetic link between children's language and mental health
A new study suggests there may be genetic explanations for why some children with poor language also have poor mental health.
US seniors fulfill dreams, fight depression with virtual reality
Nidia Silva had never realized her dream of swimming with dolphins until a Miami NGO gave her a pair of virtual reality glasses as part of an experimental treatment for depression and isolation in senior citizens.
Coffee has surprising effect on mental health
For some people, coffee maybe just a source of caffeine, and they may consume it to fulfill their addiction; but in reality, this beverage has a complex combination of chemical compounds. Coffee is grown in almost 70 countries around the world, and it has a long history of surprising health benefits.
Too many children in UK mental health hospitals, says report
Too many children in England are being admitted to mental health hospitals unnecessarily, according to a report.
NHS England loses 6,000 mental health nurses in 10 years
The number of mental health nurses in England has slumped by more than a tenth over the past decade, new figures have revealed.
New Zealand's world-first ‘wellbeing’ budget to focus on poverty, mental health
Child poverty, domestic violence and mental health will be the priorities in New Zealand’s ‘wellbeing budget’, the finance minister announced, with the nation declaring itself the first in the world to measure success by its people’s wellbeing.
Doctors: Spring cleaning good for your mental health
Spring cleaning isn’t just good for your home, it can actually lift your mood too.
Cost of ignoring mental health in workplace
Mental health is something we all have, just like physical health. And just like physical health, mental health can sit anywhere on a scale from good to bad. It’s a commonly accepted fact that adults spend roughly one-third of their lives at work. That’s a significant amount of time, within which we are likely to experience a spectrum of physical and mental health.
Anger over failure to curb mental health crisis in Scottish schools
Scottish ministers are failing to do enough to tackle the growing mental health crisis in schools, campaigners have warned.
PSNI receive 400 calls per week about mental health
The Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI) receive 400 calls relating to mental health every week.
Child anxiety could be a factor in school absences
The study, published in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, increases our understanding of the link between anxiety and poor school attendance, particularly when unexcused.

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