Can we combat depression and anxiety by changing what we eat? Julia Rucklidge, a clinical psychology professor at the University of Canterbury, has spent a decade examining the link between food and mental health.
"Mental health is every day and every week. We can't just have these mental health weeks – what we need to understand is mental health is a daily thing,"
Waikato dairy farmer Sam Owen knows how tough life can get...
Where is all the mental health funding going and why is there a six-month waiting list for Christchurch university students needing help? Dr Thompson said there's now a six-month waitlist and they've "had to close their books."
“We are highly under-resourced – there just aren’t enough staff, not enough resources. There is huge demand, really, really high need and we’ve been significantly impacted not just by high rates of severe mental illness but significant deprivation, homelessness,...
We all know what the British press can be like and it was destroying my mental health, I was like, this is toxic.
The patient was in his 20s at the time of the incident
She admitted leaving the morning breakfast segment was hard but she was "forever grateful for the fact they noticed I wasn't OK".
"...we need to create environments that allow people to live in conditions that support health and mental health and support them to adopt and maintain healthy lifestyles."
Author and social media success story Rebekah Ballagh tells Sharon Stephenson how she drew inspiration from her own life to make the world a less anxious place.
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