mental health

The feminist activist's mental health diagnosis should also be applied to the world she rails against more


Genderqueer patients aren't often represented in discussions of anorexia and bulimia, but research shows that body image, gender and eating disorders are deeply connected more

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Universities are beginning to offer courses on positive psychology and happiness more


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Devon O'Reilly: musician in Eyes Violet

Samuel Engelking

"Every time I had a panic attack, cutting was a daily thing. Some scars have healed and are barely noticeable, but there are ones that will be there forever." more

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Nature therapy is an under-emphasized aspect of modern psychiatry, but new studies suggest even mild increases in exposure to trees can result in lower levels of depression more



Shantal Otchere

Our education system seems no more prepared to support LGBTQ students of colour than the city is to understanding their existence more



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"It's not like a genius pill that's going to automatically make you a scholar. It just makes you get your work done a bit faster, allows you to concentrate more." more


Cross-Canada series screens movies all night to raise awareness about mental illness more

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Peace Collective

The fundraiser for CAMH breaks down the stigmas associated with mental illness more


Long waiting lists and expensive therapy fees are driving those suffering from mental illnesses to seek solutions outside the healthcare system more


Porn, online dating, hookup culture – you’d think they’d shape a generation that’s promiscuous, but many Millennials aren’t having sex at all. Young locals tell us why more

Love and Sex

The idea that you can fight mental illness just by talking about it is inherently wrong more

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Researchers are concerned that social media and internet addiction – all activities Bell promotes and sells – could be causing harm, but sure let's keep tweeting that stigma away more

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Real-life couple Tom Cullen and Tatiana Maslany dig deeply into their troubled characters more


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Danny Liao

Maria Bamford: She's survived a nervous breakdown, the fickle comedy industry and cult status. Now she's happier, and funnier, than ever. more



Michelle da Silva

FoodShare’s horticultural therapy program at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health gets to the root of things more


Just don't call it art therapy: patients become active artists at Creative Works Studio more