'Emotional abuse is an attack on your personality rather than your body, and it can be just as harmful as physical abuse'
Among girls aged 15 to 19 the risk of depression while on the combined pill rose by 80 per cent
Journalling has been linked to easing mental health problems
'It is not OK to discuss these things. It is regarded as the employee’s problem and their problem alone'
Shadow Health Secretary will also claim only Labour can 'rescue' the health service
Joseph Kanta was filmed asking an undercover reporter he believed to be a patient whether he wanted a ‘slap or punch’
'They want to go out in the world, they want to make friends or lovers, but they can't'
Photographer Matt van de Velde documents the ghostly beauty of North America's mental hospitals that sit empty and threatened with demolition
Norman Lamb has called on the Health Secretary to urgently investigate why there were 66,681 incidents of physical restraint in 2015-16
The Public Accounts Committee says the money is not there to improve services
Unnamed 27-year old has passport confiscated after he lay in the road screaming and damaged signs when he was not picked up
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
The biggest killer of men under 45 in the UK is suicide. Despite all the horrible diseases we could contract, accidents we could be in or potential ways we could kill each other, we’re still killing ourselves more frequently than any of those things
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
After suffering from my own depression, I had Springsteen’s words ‘It ain’t no sin to be glad you’re alive’ permanently inked onto my arm; words I thought were written just for me. Now I know they are just as important to ‘the boss’ himself
However, academics who reviewed dozens of studies said there was a risk of bias in many of them