Women who get paid less than men are found to be 2.5 times more likely to suffer from depression
'She explained the feeling as if she tripped and the moment where you don't know if you are going to catch yourself or not is how she felt all day long'
One question asked students: 'How many depressed people does it take to change a lightbulb?'
One fifth of people with anxiety issues have no coping strategy - so here are some tips
Schools urged to do more for LGBT pupils, as 4 in 10 admit to suicidal thoughts
Middle-class problems: New Year's parties
As fascinating as the emergence of fresh equine talent to watch is the blossoming of one of the human elements of the centaur partnership, and yesterday’s programme at Cheltenham presented both.
Smartphones may not cause unhappiness amongst younger users, but the feeling of social obligation and constant distraction don't help
Teenagers, essentially, need to move around a lot
Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?
The O Zone: Behind the scenes at Leyton Orient
Draw in Donetsk had flashes of steel, but player-coach warns against 'flabbiness'
What is ‘gay’ about a bad pass, a missed penalty, a poor free kick? Why are players ‘gay’ if they don’t jump into every 50/50 tackle without a care for a career-ending injury?
Appeals bill soars over claims Atos ‘is getting more decisions wrong than ever before’
This is a show that soundtracks the power on a sausage-roll-making machine with the epic Kashmir by Led Zeppelin
The fifth edition of the psychiatrists’ bible, DSM V, reignites the row over the massive growth in mental disorders