Tag: Depression

loneliness and mental health

New research shows that half (49%) of teenage boys (aged 16-18) in the UK would not feel comfortable talking to their fathers about their mental health (including stress, anxiety and depression). When asked why, more than a third said it…

electronic health, electronic patient records

A new study has highlighted the scope of computerised cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) tools available worldwide and outlined their impact on people with mental health needs. The study from RAND Europe, commissioned by the education and social service company Ingeus,…

Mental health

12 million UK adults suffered from stress, anxiety or depression in the past year and did not seek help 42% of those who have experienced mental health problems are too embarrassed to tell people about it Money worries are the…

help for those suffering from depression and stress

New study of internet-delivered intervention, Space from Depression, demonstrates effectiveness as a treatment option for people with symptoms of depression 10th November 2015 – SilverCloud Health, a global provider of online therapeutic solutions, together with Ireland’s depression charity, Aware, and…

Association equally significant among men and women, pooled data analysis shows Eating a lot of fish may help curb the risk of depression—at least in Europe—suggests a pooled analysis of the available evidence, published online in the Journal of Epidemiology…