It's not all isolation and cyber-bullying: technology offers access to communication and therapies that could help sufferers of mental illness.
Minds as well as bodies will need to heal after the prolonged horror, fear and stress of Ebola.
There is lot on the minds of teens other than school, grades and friends. Research shows being asked "prying" questions could make a real difference to their mental health.
If you want to know a child's gender, just ask them and then listen to the answer.
Hampshire constabulary has paid £20,000 in damages, but the underlying problems will take much more to solve.
Demand for mental healthcare continues to rise, and so should our demands to make provision for it.
There's a growing disconnect between grassroots awareness of mental illness and decisive action towards providing the full spectrum of care for those in need.
New research suggests bullied children are more likely to report mental health problems compared to those who are maltreated.
Work has a very important role in health and well-being but it can also be a major risk factor for poor health, disability, and even death.
Ever felt depressed just from scrolling through Facebook? This might be why.
Our research suggests one in three people taken into police custody are likely to be receiving psychiatric treatment at the time.
Biological and psychological factors are implicated in anorexia. If it was just about media, why are many more people obese?
The Liberal Democrats piggyback on other parties' policies, but their health manifesto is the best so far.
A proposal to re-direct a billion dollars of funding from acute hospital mental health services to the community risks causing a major destabilisation of the public mental health system.
The Lib Dems are making a big noise about mental health – but their manifesto's pledges are too thin to be taken seriously.
The Conservatives' statements on health do not stand up to scrutiny, while their promises on mental health are vague
If you or someone you care about experience an emotional problem it won't be long before you hear that cognitive behaviour therapy, or CBT, is probably the treatment of choice.
In a new series on imprisonment trends, issues and policies across Australia, The Conversation asks why are imprisonment rates soaring, to what purpose, and with what financial and human consequences?
The Liberal Democrats would pump more money into mental health. But there is no sign of them actually changing the system.
Tabloid assumptions that depression lay behind the Germanwings tragedy are damagingly premature.