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Mental Health Awareness Week: COVID-19 mental health research

Mental Health Awareness Week: COVID-19 mental health research

Mental Health Awareness week takes place from 18 – 22 May, and, during the COVID-19 crisis ensuring good mental health is more important than...
Supporting the mental health of frontline NHS staff during COVID-19

Supporting the mental health of frontline NHS staff during COVID-19

Guidance has been issued to help support the mental health of frontline NHS staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. An academic review has highlighted the increased...
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Can the ‘hug hormone’ help those with social difficulties?

Research out of Kings College London has revealed that oxytocin could be used to help people overcome social difficulties. Published in Nature Communications, the study is...
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New study reveals more about why people self-harm

Research published in the journal Archives of Suicide Research has revealed that people who self-harm often feel both positively and negatively about their behaviour The...

ADHD: better monitoring of adverse health risks needs to happen

Researchers from the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia warn people with a history of ADHD are more at risk for a range of medical and...
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Scientists discover new biochemical indication of early-stage depression

A new study from the Fujita Health University reveals high levels of anthranilic acid in blood are at increased risk of developing Major Depressive...
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Mental health and social media: a parent’s guide

The guide, by Legacy Health Endowment (LHE), aims to help parents and guardians understand their children’s social media use The new guide aims to help...
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Wellbeing experts offer mental health support through text therapy sessions

Concern, a leading workplace wellbeing solutions provider, have combined forces with Talkspace online therapy Concern distinguishes itself through its unique approach of integrating partners like...
Could the Monarch butterfly help us to understand seasonal depression?

Could the Monarch butterfly help us to understand seasonal depression?

New findings pave the way for understanding the mechanisms by which vitamin A operates in the brain. Understanding the findings to translate day length encoding...
World’s first magic mushroom nasal spray for PTSD and depression

World’s first magic mushroom nasal spray for PTSD and depression

PTSD and depression are two conditions that are being trialled for treatment with psilocybin. A ‘magic mushroom’ nasal spray has been designed to make microdosing...
Clinical trials: FDA marks psilocybin for depression treatment

Clinical trials: FDA marks psilocybin for depression treatment

The FDA designation represents a major step forward in mental health research and for patients suffering from depression. A non-profit medical research centre, the Usona...
Apply to take part in trials using psilocybin to treat depression

Clinical trials will look at using psilocybin to treat depression

A new wave of scientific research into psilocybin has opened up new avenues for treating depression. King’s College London's Psychedelic Trials Group at the Centre...

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