An FOI by The Mancunion reveals the amount spent on mental health at the University of Manchester
Recent research has revealed that LGB students are 24% more likely to commit self-harm, and 21% more likely to attempt suicide in their lifetime.
Research shows over 75% of people in the North-West would say they’re ‘fine’ even when suffering from a mental health issue
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Whilst it is encouraging to see more focus on the importance of addressing student mental health, the issue of post-graduate depression is often overlooked
A recent study by the University of Houston shows that male academics are more likely to suffer from work-related anxiety, depression, and ‘Imposter Syndrome’ than their female counterparts
Rebecca Carr investigates the long-term effects of drugs on your mind and body, with the Priory Group’s new campaign to educate students
Sanjana Gupta discusses ways to improve care for those with mental health issues
With 12 men a day committing suicide, it is time to address the pressure of masculinity and promote discussion
The largest ever mental health poll of universities has revealed that the levels of distress and illness among students in the UK is ‘alarmingly high’, constituting for an ‘urgent call to action’
Oliver Storey sees raising awareness of mental health problems on social media is just the first step in tackling such a pervasive issue.
Sophie Marriott argues that the University of Bristol’s recently announced scheme to safeguard students who suffer from mental health problems exemplifies the apprehension to confront the issue of suicides on UK campuses.
Cachella Smith argues that the discussion surrounding mental illness on social media and the internet frequently normalises depression and undermines its seriousness and its medical treatment.
82% of UK university students admit experiencing stress and anxiety and 1 in 5 have suicidal feelings, report suggests
A recent study into male contraceptive injections was halted when men displayed side effects such as acne, weight gain, muscle pain and mood swings and it seems women are not happy about it
A new study has found a significant link between the pill and depression, with the likelihood of developing mental health issues rising to 80 per cent in girls aged 15 to 19 for some forms of contraception
The University of Buckingham has recently invited sniffer dogs onto their campus as part of their “zero tolerance” drug policy