A majority of employees in most parts of the world don't take their company's well-being schemes seriously – a sign that employers need to do more.
More financing, new public private partnerships to tackle brain science and a different dialogue around brain health are critical to tackling mental illness on a global scale.
Global instability means 2019 is a crossroads year for humanitarian response - and we need a fundamental reorientation of humanitarian action, argues ICRC President Peter Maurer.
We have the proof that telehealth works. But for wide adoption, patients, providers, government and non-profits will have to align with the idea that healthcare should be more seamless, m...
Food allergies are on the rise, but what's behind it?
While depression is the condition most will associate with mental health issues, and the leading cause of disability worldwide, it is not the number one mental health concern people face.
Finding pleasure in others' misfortune has rattled the brains of psychologists seeking to understand this complex human emotion - and one team may have done just that.
An epidemic of chronic sleep deprivation in Japan has prompted businesses to wake up to the costs of the problem and the benefits of well-rested employees.
A study of young people in Britain has found 40% of girls and 25% of boys had experienced online harassment or cyberbullying, which can cause anxiety and depression.
As the humanitarian, social and economic costs of mental illness soar, digital tools can improve mental health outcomes worldwide. They can enable early diagnosis, track disease progressi...
What drives us to stick with what we're familiar with, or explore the unknown? It's all in our minds.
Also in this week's round-up: rabbit-plant hybrids, 750 million migrants and the countries that emit the most carbon.
From suicide, addiction and isolation to its impact on economic productivity, mental ill-health is a problem that affects us all in some way. But Princes William and Harry are shining a l...
The world is waking up to to the personal, societal and economic costs of poor mental health. We have made great strides - now we need to keep going. Here's how to do it
Joy at work should be a key performance indicator, because it promotes an invaluable team bonding that affirms the contribution of every employee.