The nation’s only suicide prevention hotline, Embrace, is overwhelmed by calls from the anguished Lebanese population.
Decades of war and turmoil have put Afghan children at risk of long-term mental health issues.
With some laws dating back as far as 160 years, criminalisation of suicide deter people from seeking help instead of saving their lives, campaigners say.
Whether you’ve contracted the coronavirus or not, here are some ways the virus is indirectly affecting your brain, emotions and mental health.
Decades of conflict, displacement, poverty and unemployment have taken a huge toll on Afghans, and left a health system ill-equipped to provide them with mental healthcare.
Faced with limited Covid-19 vaccine supplies, many countries chose to delay the administration of the second doses. Here’s the science behind the delay and timing of the jabs.
Economic hardships exacerbated by the pandemic as well as the stigma surrounding suicide attempt survivors are seen as possible reasons behind the mental health crisis reaching a new peak.
As Kashmir completes its second year of lockdown, the people most affected have been its daily wage workers, who have endured immense mental and financial stress.
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Simone Biles decides to pull out of Tokyo 2020 team gymnastics finals because things just did not feel right after her vault, saying mental health is more important than sports.
A report has found the Covid-19 pandemic has worsened young people's mental health, with increasing numbers reporting loneliness and social exclusion.
The expectation that is placed on athletes - and many others in the public eye - is that they are a commodity. Naomi Osaka’s stand should help us challenge that.
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