The Guardian - 5 hours 4 min ago
There are plenty of workouts to improve your physical health but what if you are exercising to improve your mental health? Experts offer their tips Everyone knows the benefits of exercise: stronger muscles, more energy, weight management, better sleep. A mood boost is often tacked on as a bonus. But there is stronger evidence than ever before that movement not only improves your mental health, but also protects it. Depression is the fourth most serious disease worldwide , yet the psychological benefits...
E! Online - 8 hours 39 min ago
We interviewed Laverne Cox, Alok, and Kevin Wong because we think you'll like their picks at these prices. Alok is a paid spokesperson for UGG. E! has affiliate relationships, so we may get a...
BBC - 9 hours 20 min ago
A charity is calling for better support for students, after finding high numbers seeking support.
Extra - 10 hours 58 min ago
Actor Zachary Levi is an open book about his mental health struggles in his new memoir "Radical Love." "Extra's" Katie Krause spoke with Zachary about the book, which includes revelations about anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, and childhood trauma. Levi shared, "I had been through really dark periods in my life prior to  when I had contemplated ending my own life, but this was I would say the darkest." When asked if this was why he almost quit acting, Levi...
Forbes - 13 hours 55 min ago
New research shows lawyers have better mental health and well-being when they are valued for their humanity.
New York Times - 14 hours 33 sec ago
Why haven't we solved the addiction crisis?...
Discover Magazine - 16 hours 4 min ago
Young people are facing a socialization crisis, dealing with isolation and an increase in anxiety.
The Guardian - 17 hours 27 min ago
Launch comes days after campaigners for bereaved threatened legal action over government delays The delayed public inquiry into the UK's handling of the Covid-19 pandemic has been launched after Boris Johnson accepted calls to widen the terms of reference to consider its unequal impact on minority ethnic people, on children and on mental health. The inquiry chair, Heather Hallett, and her team of 12 QCs, have begun work under the terms of the Inquiries Act which makes it an offence to destroy...
Forbes - 18 hours 23 min ago
New research published in U.K. research journal Nature Communications finds the likelihood of experiencing long-term Covid symptoms increases for women, white people, older people and individuals with general and mental health issues.
Forbes - 18 hours 40 min ago
Hannah Berner, comedian, podcast host and alum of Bravo reality show 'Summer House,' wants to entertain but also introduce new perspectives on mental health and self appreciation. She talks with Cathy Applefeld Olson for the latest installment of Hollywood & Mind.
The Hill - 20 hours 9 min ago
Story at a glance The Oracle Happiness Report released earlier this month shows the pandemic has left people across the globe feeling deprived of happiness and looking for ways to find it. Nearly 90 percent of those surveyed looked to shop their way into happiness through online ordering, and almost half said this made them happy. Others...
US Weekly - 22 hours 4 min ago
Not holding back. Alexa PenaVega and Carlos PenaVega ‘s journey to happily ever after came with plenty of obstacles which the couple explored in their new book , What If Love Is the Point? Living for Jesus in a Self Consumed World . Alexa, 33, and Carlos, 32, who got married in 2014 , opened up about their individual journeys before they met one another. “For three years I'd been on top of the world,” the Big Time Rush band member recalled, noting that his mental health took...
Vox - 23 hours 4 min ago
Shantel Jones holds her son in New Orleans in March 2022. Both were affected by the closure of a local maternity ward. | Kathleen Flynn for Vox A series about the collateral health effects of the Covid-19 pandemic in communities around the US. Courtesy of the Jolley family The doctors are not all right Doctors need mental health support, but the medical profession often punishes them for getting it. By Julia Belluz Joseph Rushmore for Vox America isn't taking care of caregivers 48 million people...
Forbes - 23 hours 32 min ago
Attending online classes helped protect teenagers' mental health when schools closed during the pandemic, according to a new study.