The city’s latest financial woes are a result of the coronavirus crisis.
Experts recommend adopted children be told about their origins, no matter how difficult the circumstances, but doing so is tricky for adoptive parents.
Penn State Laureate William Doan found solace in a daily act that has benefits scientists are just beginning to understand.
We’d all love to know more about our neighbours – from COVID-19 data, census data and other official data sources – but we shouldn't.
The agents causing illness do not care for our assumptions about our alleged superiority on the planet, nor do they discriminate.
People seeking mental health care still encounter stigma, even within the health system. New tools for teaching and sharing information may help address it.
Stigmas surrounding mental health can create difficult or even dangerous situations for employees struggling with mental illness.
Single mothers I interviewed described feeling isolated, stigmatised and frustrated with negative stereotypes.
HIV is a condition that must be managed, not just medically, but also socially, tackling stigma, social anxieties and the risks of disclosure.
Communities continue to be vital in efforts to bring the pandemic under control. They are the custodians of rich knowledge that creates the context in which HIV transmission occurs.
The British Psychological Society is calling for a language change, from 'obese people' to 'people living with obesity'. But using the word obesity can reinforce rather than prevent stigma.
The myth that children grow out of autism can prevent parents from seeing and accepting their child as the wonderful human being they are and recognising their strengths.
How to support students from diverse backgrounds to appreciate the inherent value of engaging one another in close friendships remains a question for educators.
Media coverage often uses the label 'homeless' in ways that link the plight of tens of thousands of Australians to criminality. But a homeless person is much more likely to be vulnerable than violent.
One year ago, Ellen Maud Bennett asked women of size to make her death from cancer matter -- by advocating for their own health.
We don't know the exact path towards radicalisation, so giving teachers signs to look for is dangerous.
Christchurch is now inextricably associated with the mass shootings at two mosques in which 50 people died. So what can a city do when its name become synonymous with such an event?
Sierra Leone has declared a national emergency to combat rape and sexual violence.
Targeted health campaigns can actually leave local people with a greater sense of shame – without helping them kick unhealthy habits.
Awareness campaigns can only go so far to stopping the stigmatization of mental health. Change occurs once we stop shaming ourselves and others for our bias.