7 science-backed foods that make you happy

We spend more time than we’d like to admit Find Happiness. We are trying new things like Psychiatric treatmentAnd the exercise procedures And the Reflections To bring peace and joy into our lives. And when we think about the things that make us happy, our diet isn’t usually high on the list. However, the foods … Read more

Europe’s mental health crisis in the data: which country uses the most antidepressants?

Global consumption of antidepressant (AD) drugs has increased dramatically in the past two decades, with Europeans being the largest consumers. Antidepressant use increased nearly two and a half times from 2000 to 2020 in 18 European countries, according to data from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). OECD data also shows a significant … Read more

Family and friends of a suspected Florida school intruder killed by police are calling for more mental health awareness

People close to Romaine Phelps gathered outside the Dreyfuss School of the Arts on Saturday to honor his memory and help destigmatize mental illness. The 33-year-old’s family says mental health issues played a direct role in what happened on May 13 at the Dreyfuss School of the Arts. Don’t miss anything: Sign up for personal … Read more

How Salt Lake County plans to combat homelessness and improve long-term mental health

The Huntsman Mental Health Institute is pictured at Research Park in Salt Lake City on November 4, 2019. Jan Welch Hill, Salt Lake County’s new director of criminal justice initiatives, says the criminal justice system needs to focus more on rehabilitation than punishment. (Steve Griffin, Deseret News) Estimated reading time: 6-7 minutes SALT LAKE CITY … Read more

Virtual reality applications focus on mental health care, but the effectiveness is not well studied

After his father died of Covid last fall, Duncan Martinez was overwhelmed with grief and turned to an unexpected outlet: virtual reality. The 24-year-old found himself delving into an emerging field of virtual mental health care, via a service called Innerworld, which offers peer-led mental health support through an app. The idea is to bring … Read more

The student author hopes the book will help combat stigma around mental health

A Winston-Salem State University student who recently self-published a book after going through no trauma. He hopes to guide others on their own journey of self-love. Our AUDREY BISCOE story is a journey for every person, any race, any color you can, male or female, because mental health affects everyone. Diamante Demons lost her father … Read more

McCann Worldgroup and Cigna International Launch ‘5% Pledge’ Initiative

McCann Worldgroup Singapore has partnered with Cigna International Markets to launch its latest campaign, ‘The 5% Pledge’ – a new initiative to support mental health in the workplace. The 5% Pledge is a public commitment whereby senior leadership teams and CEOs will dedicate 5% of their annual working hours to listening, making, and implementing concrete … Read more

American universities are failing students facing mental health crises

This Thanksgiving, college students across the country are taking a temporary break from classes to celebrate at home with family and friends. However, for students experiencing suicidal thoughts and other serious mental health issues, some may be asked not to return to campus. Colleges across America have it greatly decreased Despite their COVID-19 restrictions, the … Read more