Quarter of 17-19-year-olds have probable mental disorder – study

An NHS Digital report for England indicates how likely children and young people are to have poor mental health. Source link

Simone Biles' exit shines light on mental health

Fellow Olympians are rallying around her decision to bow out of events to focus on her mental health. ABC News’ Will Ganss reports. source

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Mental health: 'Being in a mother and baby unit saved my life'

Uned Gobaith’s service manager Anita Rees explained that “prior to having the Unit here women experiencing severe mental illness during the perinatal period were forced to make really challenging choices”, such as travelling to England or being admitted to an adult mental health unit without their babies. Source link

Friday 03/14: Breaking Medical News; Day-by-Day Health Mistakes – Show Promo

http://www.thedoctorstv.com Subscribe to The Doctors: http://bit.ly/SubscribeTheDrs LIKE us on Facebook: http://bit.ly/FacebookTheDoctors Follow us on Twitter: http://bit.ly/TheDrsTwitter Follow us on Pinterest: http://bit.ly/PinterestTheDrs The Doctors reveal the biggest health mistakes you could be making every day of the week! Learn tips for managing Monday morning stress. And, find out the best days for buying groceries and beginning… Continue reading Friday 03/14: Breaking Medical News; Day-by-Day Health Mistakes – Show Promo

Nutrition and mental health: What (and how) to eat

All over the internet, you’ll find magical-sounding solutions for anxiety, depression, brain fog, and fatigue. Eat this ancient mushroom! Wear this crystal! Hang upside down! If only feeling better were that simple. Focusing on just one food or supplement is kind of like wearing a raincoat that only covers your left shoulder.  It’s just not… Continue reading Nutrition and mental health: What (and how) to eat

America’s College Mental Health Crisis

By MARISA COHEN Randi*, a 20-year-old basketball player from Nashville, had struggled with depression for a few years before she left for college in 2019, but the abrupt switch to remote classes at the onset of the COVID pandemic in March 2020 – and then the return to a completely different college experience later that… Continue reading America’s College Mental Health Crisis

NHS struggling with 'long tail' of pandemic mental ill health

There were 4.3 million NHS referrals for conditions such as anxiety and depression in 2021 across England. Source link

What to Look for Before You Fall for Fake Medical News

Disease detective Dr. Seema Yasmin and author of “Viral BS: Medical Myths and Why We Fall For Them,” shares what red flags to look out for when reading something online. She asks, Is the source credible? Plus, she shares how to keep yourself safe and informs The Doctors about Pledge to Pause, which asks you… Continue reading What to Look for Before You Fall for Fake Medical News

Pandemic Has Been Devastating to Mental Health of Disabled Americans

TUESDAY, Feb. 8, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Loneliness, isolation and fears about contracting COVID-19 have turned life upside down for people with disabilities, causing high levels of depression and anxiety, a new survey finds. Even before the pandemic, individuals with disabilities were more likely to experience social isolation than their peers without disabilities. But this… Continue reading Pandemic Has Been Devastating to Mental Health of Disabled Americans