Economist Peter Schiff said the economic turmoil in the U.S. is worse than what is being described, saying it will hurt much more than the Great Recession.
One concerned viewer wrote: "that face makes me cry," adding that "he needs an ear rub or something."
Transgender youths are five times more likely to think about suicide and 7.6 times more likely to have attempted suicide than cisgender peers, researchers say.
Adolescent mental health problems have increased during the pandemic. Parents need to be vigilant.
"My favorite part of being an educator is trying to decide whether to save other people's kids or to save myself for my own kid," one teacher said online.
"emotion is COOL. dysphoria is OK. living as a human is INTENSE," the star writes.
"I feel angry that children were thrown into the deep end," Ella told me. "I feel like we were thrown in the dark and sidelined. Nobody stopped to think: What about our kids?"
"You never know when or where you are helping someone by asking for their help." one comment read.
"That is rare, wonderful, and heart-warming!" one user commented.
As COVID has magnified the desire for human contact for every person, it is important to acknowledge that for everyone across gender identities, social networks have been stifled at substantial cost to themselves and society.
Kryst's mother April Simpkins said her daughter had been internally battling high-functioning depression before her death.
Despite efforts by Japan's government to reduce the country's "critical" suicide rate, hundreds of people commit suicide annually due to work-related issues.
Enhanced medical benefits, police training, alternative sentencing and outpatient treatments are all being considered.
The third Monday of January is dubbed Blue Monday, so Newsweek has compiled some expert advice for lightening your mood today.
Nobody like Mondays, but this dispiriting date is said to mark the day many feel their most blue. Newsweek separates the fact from the fiction.
A survey of Kroger employees facilitated by local unions says workers are struggling financially and emotionally, but the company refutes the claims.
"I understand depression is not an easy battle—but you are not an ATM," said one commenter in response to the viral post.
Five years after participating in the first trial that used psilocybin as a therapy for treatment-resistant depression, Kirk Rutter tells Newsweek: "It really penetrated me emotionally."
Researchers determined that the number of calls was highest at six weeks into the pandemic in 2020, and 35 percent higher than the same period in the year prior.
Jada Pinkett Smith welcomed her son, Jaden, onto the latest episode of her "Red Table Talk" show, where they candidly discussed taking magic mushrooms.
A team of researchers customized a device to recognize signs of depression in one area of a patient's brain and apply a tiny burst of electricity to another.
Some studies have shown the potential medical benefits of the mind-altering drug psilocybin. Is the use of magic mushrooms for depression legal in the U.S.?
Psilocybin, the active ingredient in "magic mushrooms," is now undergoing clinical trials. If all goes well, treatments could be available by 2024.
"I believe these compounds could help millions of people around the world," said Beckley Psytech Chief Executive Cosmo Fielding Mellen.
Scientists out of the Karolinska Institutet in Sweden found new information as to how ketamine can aid people with severe depression.