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From setting a routine to phoning a friend, new guidelines from Public Health England aim to boost mental resilience amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A psychiatrist explains that it's okay to vent sometimes, but it's important to also consider other methods for coping with the stress of the outbreak.
The World Health Organization tells the podcast how long is a lockdown and YouTuber Molly Burke describes living with the threat of COVID-19 when you’re blind.
Staying virtually connected is one way to protect your mental health as you practice social distancing or self-isolation.
From reconnecting with family values to lowering your high standards, here are a few ways to find balance and opportunity in the coronavirus lockdown.
Connection to people and good mental health are intrinsically linked - and both are at risk during this pandemic.
A new study finds that being outside for as little as 10 minutes can benefit your mental health. Research from Japan, Canada, the US and Sweden reports uplifts in mood after time spent in...
Poor mental health at work is costly for employees and employers. Technology can exacerbate this, but it could be the solution too.
Unipolar depression is predicted to be the second leading cause of global disability burden by 2020. It is twice as common in women. Why?
Analysis of more than 700,000 anonymous online journal entries revealed secrets of what makes us happy and sad.
Why we need to invest in mental health and how to ensure that investment brings change and empathy for those living with mental health disorders.
California's homeless population climbed to 151,000 last year, with Governor Gavin Newsom using his annual State of the State address to propose a number of solutions.
From picking a priority, to getting more sleep, here's how to keep on top of your stress levels.
From parents being too busy to enjoy life, to workers finding meaning in their jobs, these 9 statistics from the Pew Research Center take the temperature of the USA.
The advantages of increased emotional intelligence are endless. Dr Travis Bradberry, co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0, reveals how it can help everything from time management to as...