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COVID-19 lockdowns have led to a range of cognitive and mental health issues, even among people who had no previous psychological problems. But socialising can help.
From medicines to helping us de-stress, there are plenty of reasons our natural world is vital for our health and wellbeing, as a psychologist explains.
A recent study has found that living within 100 metres of a tree can reduce the need for antidepressants among city dwellers.
A study in Canada found new pressures are particularly affecting mothers, who have reported higher rates of anxiety and depression during the pandemic.
Paula Davis, founder of the Stress & Resilience Institute, explains how work teams can help to create the type of cultures that can prevent burnout.
How can parents and carers help boys navigate the challenges of adolescence? Paediatrician Dr Ranj Singh has some advice.
Mental health hubs in Australia are an effective way to provide mental health and social services in one location, writes psychologist Christine Grové.
This article outlines several behaviours and lifestyle tips which are important for maintaining self-control and becoming more successful as a result.
A new survey suggests that the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on our sleep, but people are increasingly exploring different aids to sleep better.
Surveying the well-being of American adults found 21% are experiencing high levels of psychological distress, due to COVID-19 health and financial risks.
The mental and physical health benefits of green spaces have been well documented, but could blue spaces - like canals and rivers - have a similar effect?
Physical and mental health are key parts of the World Bank's strategy to help countries accelerate progress towards achieving Universal Health Coverage.
Intrapreneurial talent is a critical resource for corporate innovation as business increasingly pivots towards sustainability and purpose. Here's how.
The rising female suicide rate during the pandemic shows the toll of shrinking employment and unpaid care work. It is time to lift these pressures on women worldwide.
For millions working remotely due to COVID-19, the distinction between work and home life has virtually disappeared. Now European lawmakers want to protect employees from burnout.