16 Mar 2017
Better sleep feels like winning the lottery
Improving your sleep quality is as beneficial to health and happiness as winning the lottery, according to research.
10 Sep 2016
Is Acetaminophen Use When Pregnant Associated with Kids’ Behavioral Problems?
Using the common pain-relieving medication acetaminophen during pregnancy was associated with increased risk for multiple behavioural problems in children, according to an article published online…
29 Aug 2016
Parkinson’s disease: Impact on family and work, and Geoff’s advice for others
Geoff knows from personal experience what it’s like to live with Parkinson's disease. He shares tips and advice for others with it and their carers.
21 Aug 2016
Better mental health care needed for congenital heart disease patients
Experts are calling for national mental health care standards to help address the significant emotional toll faced by the 65,000 Australians living with congenital heart…
25 Mar 2016
Kate and Johanna’s experience on raising a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
Mothers share their experiences raising sons with high functioning autism spectrum disorders, and discuss the signs of autism in their children.
06 Feb 2016
Teens with fewer mental health issues turn to e-cigarettes
Teenagers with moderate mental health problems who may not have considered smoking conventional cigarettes are turning to e-cigarettes, a new USC study has found.
12 Aug 2015
Psychotherapy for anxiety: Dr Jan Resnick
Psychotherapy differs from psychiatry. It aims to understand anxiety experiences, identify causes of anxiety, treat anxiety and prevent it returning.
12 Aug 2015
Psychotherapy for depression: Dr Jan Resnick
Psychotherapy treatment for depression involves understanding the reasons for depression and work through feelings to prevent depression returning.
19 Jul 2015
Autistic girls suffering in silence
Autism may be going undiagnosed in girls, who are highly likely to suffer additional conditions such as eating disorders and self harming, new research being…