In addition to impacting physical health, 40% of people with diabetes report that COVID-19 has had a negative impact on their mental or emotional health.
The RACGP is providing resources and support tools to help GPs care for victims of domestic abuse and violence.
The senior pen pal program encourages children and residents of the community to engage with residents of local aged-care and retirement facilities.
Healthcare workers battling on the COVID-19 frontline are being advised to keep tabs on their mental health.
Mental health experts across the world have come together to highlight the need for mental health and brain research to be central in the global response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
A free dedicated support line is now available to address the mental health of senior Australians, their families and carers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
In summer 2019, Bianca fled her home on the first sight of a 'catastrophic' fire warning on her mobile phone, which — still to this day — she never leaves out of sight.
Violence against healthcare professionals is on the rise and is believed to be linked to the increasing popularity of violence-inducing drugs and the growth in patients presenting with acute mental health problems.
At work each day, Abe Mitchell transforms into Captain Starlight to bring fun and laughter to children and their families.
H+H talks to Christine Morgan, Australia's first National Suicide Prevention Adviser to the Prime Minister and dual winner of the 2019 Australian Mental Health Prize.
Bonnie visits aged-care facilities throughout Sydney, bringing joy, laughter and friendship, especially to the socially isolated or those living with dementia.
In a society where more older Australians are feeling lonely and isolated, could interactions with young children have a permanent place in aged care?
A team of Griffith University researchers has estimated that national parks worldwide are worth about $8.7 trillion a year in the improved mental health of their visitors.
A high risk of suicide following hospital discharge for self-harm highlights the need for early follow-up care and risk-reduction strategies.
Women will be asked about their experiences of sexuality, body image, sexual function, femininity and related depression and anxiety.