'Daddy, Mummy… I hope that one day you will be able to hate me a little less'
The Chancellor made a joke at Greece's expense
Earlier this year, austerity policies were described as “profoundly disturbing” to the nation’s mental health in a letter signed by hundreds of psychiatrists, psychotherapists and other experts in the field
The practice is a growing trend
It is believed that York is now the only major city in the country without an NHS psychiatric hospital
Forces' use of the stun guns in England and Wales increased from 6,238 incidents in 2010 to 9,196 last year
'Take time out to dabble in favourite hobbies, plan in advance in order to avoid that disorganised feeling, or just grab a few more hours of sleep'
Anorexia affects over 725,000 men and women in the UK, according to a leading eating disorder awareness charity
Mental-health issues accounted for a quarter of womens' deaths between six weeks and one year after pregnancy
As much as we might loathe the actions of Saturday’s attacker, he’s also been let down spectacularly by the system and then branded a “terrorist” because of a single sentence that came out of his mouth
Sometimes a pill can't fix us – we need long term treatment for our physical and mental health needs
The pioneering approach enables patients like Suzanne Chapman and their families to develop their own route to recovery
A further fifth of parents don't know what to say to their childrena about the topic
Most people have a superstition. There’s even a name for my dread of the number 8
One question asked students: 'How many depressed people does it take to change a lightbulb?'
Provides detailed life stories of the key figures who fought to bring about better understanding and public provision of services for those affected by autism