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Find out how to manage your social media use and lower the risk of it having a negative impact on your mental health.
Luke Richards gives a candid account of his experience with mental health, alcoholism and the factors that contributed to his recovery.
This month we look at the theme of motivation in relation to people’s experience of a mental health condition.
Singing changed the life of soprano Tania De Jong. See how she’s helping people across Australia to find their voices too.
Professor Brett McDermott suggests ways that parents can support their children in situations like the Australian bushfire crisis.
Professor Brett McDermott looks at some of the links between mental and physical health and the safety of those in areas still at risk.
Nearly a year ago, I made the tough decision to quit drinking after coming to the realisation that it was controlling every aspect of my life.
Neurological insights into how the brain processes stress suggests that stress can be a key element in the development of anxiety and depression.