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  1. Loneliness during the festive season

    Unhappy Holidays: Coping with loneliness over the festive season

    It’s the holidays but not everyone is jolly. For lonely hearts, the festive season can bring on feelings of gut-wrenching loneliness. Find out how ...
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    US students called suicide hotline but instead got sex line

  3. Woman using her smartphone

    Commentary: Technostressed – how social media keeps us coming back for more even when it makes us unhappy

    Looking for a short-term fix from the very thing that is causing you long-term problems is a symptom of addiction, say three academics.
  4. Dad with kid file photo

    Teen depression risk lower in close-knit families

  5. Russia was banned from international athletics after evidence emerged of state-sponsored doping

    Did you know that exercise may boost mood for women with depression? Having a coach also helps

    Here’s how the “runner’s high” might be used as a tool to help with feeling down.
  6. Hong Kong hit by ‘mental health epidemic’ amid social strife | Video
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    Hong Kong hit by ‘mental health epidemic’ amid social strife | Video

    The number of people suffering from depression and having suicidal thoughts has hit a 10-year high due to the current anti-extradition bill protests.
  7. Man office stressed tired overworked

    Commentary: Always tired and worried about under-performing — when extreme meritocracy drives burn-out

    Organisations must treat employees as the soul of their company, rather than as resources to be expended at their disposal, says IMH’s Sara-Ann Lee.
  8. Mother and baby hand

    Commentary: What postnatal depression really feels like

    Assumptions and expectations of motherhood are leaving many new mothers with deteriorating mental health, researchers from Queen's University ...