depression

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Two Australians with bipolar have been successfully treated with poo transplants, allowing them to come off, or reduce, their medications. Here’s where the science is up to.

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Becoming socially withdrawn or acting out are signs your child may be distressed. 

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A UNSW expert on post-traumatic stress and anxiety explains why this year’s lockdown is affecting everyone – and especially vulnerable groups – differently.

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A new report reveals how COVID-19 affected young Australians during the pandemic restrictions last year. 

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Financial hardships in particular are likely to lead to ongoing mental health problems, even as the pandemic subsides. 

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A VR experience developed in partnership with people with lived experience of suicidality has demonstrated rapid increases in positive mood.

Refugees with insecure visas experience more trauma, depression and PTSD

A new study has revealed the association between refugees’ visas and their mental health.

Emotional Brain Study app

Researchers from UNSW and UCL are hoping that a newly launched app that tracks an individual’s moods and emotions could lead to better management of mental health disorders such as anxiety and depression.

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More than a quarter of high school students have experienced signs of clinical depression and other psychiatric conditions, but most are not accessing support from mental health professionals, a UNSW-led survey reveals.

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R U OK Day encourages all of us to check in with others to see if they’re OK. But what's the best action if someone responds negatively?

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