depression

Comics!

'Persona,' Today's Comic by Sami Alwani

An assassin details his years-long obsession with an unnamed man.
Sami Alwani
10.10.18
Photo

Six Photographers Using the Camera as Therapy

A new platform brings together artists struggling with depression.
Jon Feinstein
10.3.18
Comics!

'Terror,' Today's Comic by Nina Vandenbempt

Nina illustrates the hormonal phases most women go through over the span of a month.
Nina Vandenbempt
9.13.18
mental health

The Way Depression Is Studied Is Keeping Kids from Getting the Help They Need

The World Health Organization estimates that depression is the main cause of illness for teenagers. Yet many healthcare professionals still don't know how to treat it.
Rebecca Baden
9.10.18
Comics!

'Stay Inside,' Today's Comic by Sami Alwani

An artist talks about his work anxiety and what he does to escape it.
Sami Alwani
8.28.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

The Hidden Trauma of Firefighting

One study found that firefighters are more likely to die by suicide than in the line of duty.
VICE Staff
8.22.18
Comics!

'Dread,' Today's Comic by Line Hoj Hostrup

After bumping into someone on her way to a meeting, Line learns that giving yourself time for meltdown can be rewarding.
Line Hoj Hostrup
8.20.18
Drugs

My Father Died, and Then I Fell in Love with Heroin

When my dad passed away, anything good-intentioned, selfless, or purposeful in me died along with him.
Emily J. Sullivan
8.13.18
Advice

Experts Say You Should Tell Yourself Nice Things

This is how they suggest you improve your inner dialogue.
Anna Goldfarb
7.5.18
VICE GLOBAL

The Companies Cleaning the Deepest, Darkest Parts of Social Media

We spoke to the documentary-makers behind 'The Cleaners,' the film about the people who take down content after you report it.
Daniel Dylan Wray
6.26.18
Film

How Horror Has Evolved from Slasher to Drama

Films like ‘Hereditary,’ 'Get Out,’ and ‘A Quiet Place’ are using terror as a Trojan horse for indie drama.
Noel Ransome
6.13.18
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast

This Promising Psychedelic Experiment Created New Brain Connections in Flies and Rats

In a study done on flies and rats, scientists found that LSD and DMT impacted neurite density—a promising sign for the use of psychedelics in mental health treatment.
VICE Staff
6.13.18