International NGO Save the Children said around 800,000 young people in Gaza have "never known life without the blockade".
A UK study found people who stopped scrolling on social media for one week experienced marked improvements in their wellbeing.
The framing of mental health and psychology in terms of national security cannot be divorced from the wider discussions on race or the increasing management of mental health services through the state apparatus.
Instead of focusing on the future of Daesh, let’s remember the Yazidis they enslaved in the past
VR is increasingly being used to treat a wide range of mental health problems, and more people are starting to get comfortable with it.
Being increasingly targeted because of their religious identity has begun to exact a mental toll on many Indian Muslims.
Social media apps encourage perfectionism and damage human psychology, particularly affecting teenagers, and can even push them to the point of suicide.
Adam Mosseri testifies at the US Senate subcommittee hearing about protecting children online, as the Meta-owned app faces scrutiny over potential harm for young users.
The International Cricket Council has arranged psychologists to keep a check on players' mental health during the month-long tournament.
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.
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