Today's students are at increasingly high risk for mental health diagnoses. Universities need to step up.
Unaffordable home loans, poor financial advice and unmanageable consumer credit may have serious consequences for many Australians, beyond bankruptcy and debt. Here's what the research says.
When students attend a college where the student body is academically weaker than the one where they went to high school, they are more likely to show symptoms of depression, new research finds.
Bipolar disorder is an often misunderstood psychiatric illness. An expert defines it and explains how it is diagnosed and treated.
Many athletes struggle with joblessness, depression or a lack of purpose as they enter retirement.
More than 70% of female students, and 26% of male students, have experienced sexual violence while at university.
Arts on prescription are changing the way we treat health problems.
Researchers are developing gene-based tests to better predict who will respond to different types of medication, and which to avoid.
Here's the research that explains why President Donald Trump's limits on transgender military service may be struck down in court again.
Most child sex abuse happens within families, but we still cling on to the Victorian idea of paedophiles as outsiders.
Black youth need programs that develop emotional intelligence -- to combat institutional racism, social exclusion and white supremacy. The government's promised $19 million is not enough.
Youth mental illness rates are not rising. We don’t need more pills or therapy. We need to stop pathologizing normal life.
In NSW and Victoria this week, communities were hit by bushfires. Long after such devastating fires pass, the risks to physical and mental health remain.
In order to prevent school shootings, schools must use threat assessments like the ones that law enforcement uses to protect public figures, a leading expert on school safety argues on Capitol Hill.
Retired South African justice Dikgang Moseneke has made a landmark ruling for damages in the Life Esidimeni matter.
Teenage girls using social media for more than an hour a day face risks to their well-being as they grow up.
Pregnant women and new mothers who feel totally powerless are taking their own lives in increasing numbers in Nepal. More mental health training for local midwives is needed.
Critics want social media platforms regulated like Big Tobacco, but our research shows that their impact on your health depends on how you use them.
Around 140 Australian nursing-home residents have taken their own lives between 2000 and 2013, our new study shows.
Both young and old can feel like they don't belong. But loneliness is a social problem, with a social solution.