COVID-19 booster shots have been introduced in many countries. Vaccines are performing well in terms of preventing serious disease from COVID-19 but no evidence that a booster shot is nee...
Eudaimonic happiness is the idea that work or putting effort into tasks contributes to our wellbeing.
While telehealth comes with challenges such as lack of 'in person' cues, it provides another means of connecting with patients.
A new campaign is aiming to address the current neglect and under-resourcing of young people's mental health issues across the world
Cumulative exposure to multiple disasters can have a unique effect on mental health and resilience, writes an expert in disaster and emergency response.
These feelings of anger, fear and powerlessness are less concerned with the damage itself than with the unwillingness of adults to stop it.
COVID-19 set us back on many SDG 3 targets. As we start to recover, we must focus on universal health coverage and the health impacts of climate change.
Organizations are increasingly appointing an executive to their leadership to focus on employee wellbeing and make related investments. Here's how.
The latest Ipsos 'What worries the world' survey shows the issues that are front of mind for people around the world.
A study using data from the world’s largest long-distance cross-country ski race shows that exercise may lower the risk of developing anxiety by near 60%.
Ageing creates unique challenges in relation to loneliness and isolation. This study explores the effects on mental health from devastating losses.
COVID-19’s effects on our collective and individual wellbeing forced the world to confront mental health challenges like never before, and innovative thinkers have stepped up to the chall...
Body movement in and of itself is known to have a multitude of benefits, like reducing stress, lowering inflammation in the body and promoting brain health.
Without telehealth, many people would not have had access to the remote mental health care they needed or faced delays in treatment during the pandemic.
A new study explores the link between depression and our microbiome health - with a particular emphasis on the impact of COVID-19.