During the first lockdown, the number of people seeking help for depression, anxiety and self-harm dropped by up to 48% in some cases.
We need to return to a norm of families only accessing in-school provision where it is absolutely unavoidable.
The prime minister stands accused of dither and delay for the third time after announcing another England-wide lockdown.
Keep calm, carry on and help others. Here's what psychology says about the best way to get through a difficult Christmas.
So, if you have ever tested positive, there is a chance you could contract the virus again. And you could infect other people. You should still take the necessary precautions.
Being nostalgic about the past can lead to a sense of loss in tough times.
This is what it's like fighting COVID-19 the second time around.
Christmas could end up being a superspreader event. It's much safer to stay home.
From having their pain dismissed to being charged additional fees, ethnic minority and migrant women face significant barriers to accessing healthcare during a pandemic.
There's more to successful coronavirus policy than the R number.
Personal stories work better than statistics when it comes to converting sceptics.
QE has been used for more than a decade since the global financial crisis, but the impact has not been as governments had hoped.
Locking down again? You need a wellbeing plan.
Current contact-tracing statistics do not track coronavirus positive cases from receiving test results, nor factor in all close contacts for cases. Here's how to make it better.
Financial support is the way to protect health and the economy. Right now, Boris Johnson is achieving neither.
We are not all in this together.
Financial winners in WWI were taxed on their 'excess profits' to help pay for the costs of the war on other parts of the economy.
There are any more sophisticated programs available for managing health data. Why did Public Health England use Microsoft Excel?
The test and trace fiasco shows what happens when a government demands certainty from an unpredictable virus.
Innovating, thinking outside the box and even a complete business model overhaul is helping some companies survive – and thrive – in a time of crisis.