Depression after pregnancy has been studied for a while, but less attention has been paid to depression during pregnancy, which occurs in one in 10 women. Here are some reasons it should be treated.
How we use our smartphone can say a lot about our behaviour. But can such tech be trusted to track our mental health?
When workers don't have leave and are in temporary employment, new research suggests they are likely to use small acts of deviant behaviour to find satisfaction in work.
Mixing alcohol with energy drinks is all part of a big night out, according to new research.
Men who see themselves as playboys, and as having power over women, are more prone to poor mental health than those who conform less to traditionally masculine norms, according to a new study.
People given taurine had significantly improved overall mental health symptoms, including those of psychosis, compared to those given placebo.
We have decades of evidence showing the widespread abuse and neglect suffered by children in the out-of-home care system. The agencies responsible for allowing the abuse have little to fear.
To reduce female recidivism rates, we need to address inmates' histories of trauma and abuse.
Research shows that when the government cuts housing benefit, it harms the mental health of those affected.
The law should allow greater communication between health professionals, families and carers even if this impacts on patients’ rights of confidentiality.
While some respectable organisations have lists of recommended apps, very few of these apps are supported by experimental evidence.
The number of children calling Childline with anxiety is rising – but kids do learn to cope.
If you’re an Australian teenager or young adult diagnosed with cancer, there’s good news: overall survival rates are good and getting better. But what can you expect from life after cancer treatment?
Do we really need to introduce a well-being league table to tackle mental health issues in schools?
The effects of unaffordable housing cascade into other areas of life, in particular, affecting mental health.
Rapunzel syndrome is an extremely rare medical condition where hairs the person has eaten become tangled and trapped in their stomach.
Brain stimulating headsets are being enthusiastically taken up by gamers aiming to boost performance. But there are risks, particularly for children or those vulnerable to mental health problems.
Fury may help project an image, but out of the ring there are other things in play.
Our study published this week shows a new method to induce and measure visual hallucinations in anyone at any time.
Celebrating mental health is a great opportunity to make the right changes to keep workers happy – and productive.