December 2, 2016
Mental Health Ireland’s 50th anniversary conference puts focus on recovery.
One in five people experience panic attacks. Arlene Harris asks experts how to manage stress in high-pressure situations.
Women are more likely to talk one to one while men prefer activity-focused groups
Mental health issues are still taboo when you see the reaction to Kanye West’s recent hospitalisation, writes Vicky Kavanagh.
A little bit of stress can go a long way, motivating us to attain our goals and meet daily challenges. But poorly managed chronic stress and persistently high levels of cortisol, on the other hand, can impair memory function.
Get housing right and you make everyone’s life better, writes Peter McGuire.
Three Cork suicides in November, not 16, says research group
Sensationalist reporting can distort facts relating to suicide clusters, warns NSRF.