Misinformation and stigma around the novel coronavirus has led to more than 100 patients fleeing from COVID-19 care facilities.
The world we live in ties our self-worth with our output, which means that the only way for many people to deal with their high-functioning anxiety is by working even more.
Coronavirus and its resultant lockdowns are not just driving more people to benzos but also making those who had tapered off the drug, go back to it.
Thyroid disorders are invisible, debilitating and way more common than you think.
Health Minister Patty Hajdu has granted four people with terminal cancer access to psilocybin mushrooms through an exemption to the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act.
“When I was 10, I was called out to read something. But I got so intimidated that I ended up peeing in front of the entire class. As a kid, you just endure whatever you’re feeling with the assumption that it is what it is.”
The parents of British student Natasha Abrahart, who died by suicide, say that Bristol University failed to care for her.
We can officially see another household indoors from 4th July onwards. So why do I feel so anxious about it?
An expert explains why the passing of a famous person can feel so personal and painful.
A handy guide for those finding it tough to cope with the horrible things happening in the world but also feeling guilty about looking away.
The government may have relaxed the social distancing guidelines, but coronavirus hasn’t gone away.
MindMed is asking the FDA for permission to begin a human trial in the U.S., where therapists would give “experiential” doses of LSD to patients.