Mental Health

Why is there no gene for depression?

Depression should be thought of more like heart disease and cancer says Sarah Bailey, where small changes in a number of genes contribute to the development of the illness instead of looking for just one gene that causes it

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Children's mental health has hit crisis point

Young people’s collective stress buckets are overflowing as they attempt to endure the realities of a world which consistently demands academic, social and aesthetic perfection with no means of releasing that pressure