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Parents’ smartphone use does not harm parental-child relationships
Sensory Neurons Outside Brain Drive Autistic Social Behaviors, Penn Study Suggests
Insufficient Sleep Harms Children’s Mental Health
$20 million funding to create specialist mental health hub
Feeling insecure about your relationship? Your biology may play
Government launches second phase of independent review into drug misuse
Psychiatric consult line for providers expands to 24/7
Penn Launches Region’s First Center for Translational Neuromodulation
Understanding ‘big emotions’: early-intervention helps reduce toddler tantrums
Early-intervention program helps reduce toddler tantrums, aggressive behaviour
UPMC St. Margaret New Kensington Family Health Center Getting New Home to Better Serve a Vulnerable Population
First UK-wide study of brain complications in patients with COVID-19
Nominate someone making a real difference in area of mental health
In global report, U of M researchers find institutional care negatively impacts children’s development
Unexpected spectrum of mental illnesses found in patients with rare genetic disorder
Pilot grants open door to better mental health care
Migrants with psychosis at higher risk of compulsory care than Swedish-born
Researchers awarded $1 million to advance COVID-19 projects
Faulty brain processing of new information underlies psychotic delusions, finds new research
Ohio State Study: Prenatal Stress Can Cause Long-Term Behavioral Deficits In Mice
Links in teen sleep and depression
Reporting on Asylum seeker self-harm not in line with WHO standards: report claims
Vanderbilt, Ohio State University developing ‘socially assistive robots’ to stem loneliness and encourage activity
Artificial Intelligence for cancer care
Study finds evidence that loneliness makes it harder to quit smoking
Scientists propose explanation for baffling form of childhood OCD
What Does “Love Hormone” Do? It’s Complicated
Australian Mental Health Prize – Call for Nominations
NIH grant funds a new study of infants at higher risk for ADHD and ASD
Past stressful experiences do not create resilience to future trauma, new study finds
Neuroscientist Emily Jacobs is awarded a $5M NIH grant to advance women’s health
Impressive result for mental health therapy
Unexpected uncertainty can breed paranoia, researchers find
Link between rising use of antidepressants and youth suicide
Antioxidants in brain linked to improved psychosis treatment
Pilot grants boost COVID-19 research
Research reveals alarming link between rising antidepressant use and suicide rates among young Australians
Largest study into impact of pandemic on global communities
UWA researchers to predict suicide risk with artificial intelligence
New data shows surge in telehealth consults amidst COVID-19 pandemic
Psychological therapy helps reduce chronic inflammation in body
Study in twins finds our sensitivity is partly in our genes
RACGP calls for GPs to put on their crazy socks to tackle mental health stigma
A satisfying romantic relationship may improve breast cancer survivors’ health
A natural amino acid could be a novel treatment for polyglutamine diseases
Extra Choline May Help Pregnant Women Decrease Negative Effects of COVID-19 on Their Newborns
Impact of children’s loneliness today could manifest in depression for years to come
Researchers use brain imaging to demonstrate weaker neural suppression in individuals with autism