Pursuing perfection is unnecessary and unrealistic.
The science of stress explains why parenting during the pandemic feels so hard. Here are strategies from psychologists for taking back control when you dread yet another challenging day ahead.
The threat of COVID may be receding, but the fall-out will continue to affect business in the coming year, requiring strong leadership to navigate uncertain times.
Several scholars weigh in with tips on how to support college students’ emotional well-being during the pandemic.
A youth-focussed exhibition about experiences of mental health is interactive and expansive, kicking down the barriers between science and art.
This lesser-known sense is important for maintaining balance in the body, alongside our mental and physical health.
A GP and mental health clinician offers some tips to support your mental health if you get COVID and are isolating at home.
92% of performing artists experienced significant changes to their work during early stages of the pandemic – and at least half experienced depression.
The pandemic has introduced a new context for university instructors navigating boundaries and responsibilities around their students’ and their own well-being and mental health.
In an era before clinical trials, medical writers drew on the stories of explorers as evidence about the health effects of different foods and drinks.
Almost 10% of people have reported experiencing ‘languishing’ during the pandemic.
Despite advances in human rights and treatments, stigma toward individuals diagnosed with mental illness is common in Ghana.
Research on how text messaging could provide mental health resources resulted in SaskWell, a texting service for people in Saskatchewan that provides 10 weeks of mental health and wellness prompts.
More than 40% of the PhD students we surveyed met criteria for moderate to severe depression or anxiety.
People can counter the helplessness felt during the pandemic and build power by creating a sense of purpose and community amid the confusion of COVID-19.
Remorse and sorrow from a bad choice can haunt you for years, even decades. But there are evidence-based ways to move past regret.
Two profoundly disruptive events combined to make life even more challenging for UK farmers, and now their mental health is suffering. Here’s what can be done.
Peer support, opportunities to engage in responses to combat racism and bias and culturally responsive counselling are important for the mental health and well-being of international students.
With projections that 68% of the world’s population will be living in cities by 2050, it’s important we tackle loneliness now before it becomes epidemic.
As we face the rise and rise of the Omicron variant, your risk of getting severe Covid may depend on how stressed you are. Now is a great time to look after your mental health.