A new survey from the Office for National Statistics shows the impact of the coronavirus crisis on Britain's mental health.
Health insurance is a multi-billion dollar industry in Singapore. But those diagnosed with mental health disorders are staying silent to avoid losing coverage.
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.
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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.
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“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.”
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"It was depressing to be seen in a viral video like that and to uncover a side of me I never knew existed."
Researchers found that more than a quarter of UK households reported “clinically relevant” levels of stress during late April.