The evidence presented and initial findings show how important the royal commission is.
Reality shows now have a duty of care to their contestants
Terminally ill patients who seek an assisted death have no desire to end their life. Calling their decision ‘assisted suicide’ can have harmful consequences.
New research has found suicides increase during drought, and climate change will see more drought in Australia.
A significant number of Rwanda’s LGBT community experience hostility. This includes at work and when trying to access health services.
New research shows how threats of self-harm and suicide are a tactic of coercive control men use against female partners.
Healthy relationships have a positive influence on men’s health and mental health. Prioritizing relationship skills for men is one way to approach the global crisis in male suicide.
Many autistic people struggle to get mental health support, or are missed by the healthcare system entirely.
New federally funded mental health help line features easier access and more consistent regulation.
Many soldiers in the Ukraine war haven’t had actual military training, and are therefore at particular risk of developing PTSD.
Gun sales have risen in recent years. An expert explains who and what is driving this trend and how it’s affecting Americans.
A wealth of evidence supports the protective mental health effects of gender-affirming care, despite ongoing legislation that asserts otherwise.
A well-intentioned public health message has had serious negative impacts on the treatment of young people for depression.
Two poems that were originally excised from ‘Ariel,’ Plath’s seminal poetry collection, vividly channel the painful experience of losing an unborn child.
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.
Nearly all suicide-loss survivors experience guilt, wondering what they could have done to prevent it. But despite decades of research, experts struggle to identify risk factors and predict suicide.
Individuals who experience suicidal thoughts can show signs of this in the language they use. We analysed more than 100 suicide notes to find these language patterns.
Monitoring of student behavior often extends beyond schoolwork and normal school hours. A privacy expert explains the harmful effects.
The evidence is growing that experiencing both systemic and everyday race-based discrimination may lead some Black Americans to become depressed and think about suicide.
Despite more spending on mental health services, suicide rates continue to climb. So in light of two major new reports released this week, we need to rethink our strategy to save lives.