As anxiety and depression among college students soars, universities in Connecticut and nationally are expanding their mental health counseling, even offering courses that address mental well-being.
Colleges and universities face growing demand for mental health services from students, as counselors struggle with both the rising need and the growing complexity of the disorders many students are d
Dr Stanley Kutcher says we need to stop pathologizing normal life. If the hype is to be believed, we are drowning in a sea of mental illness that threatens to overwhelm institutions. That's not true.
Study finds "strikingly high" rates of depression and anxiety
After decades spent ratcheting up safety measures, many British educators say the pendulum has swung too far. Bring on the scissors, bricks and mud pits. (h/t Dr. Christopher Browne)
But schools can't keep up (h/t Dr. Shane Owens)
Nearly one third of women say that things like depression and anxiety are affecting their performance on the job. But is it a career ender to admit it?
Universities scoring highly in the Times Higher Education survey are those going the extra mile to ensure students’ well-being is fully catered for, writes Seeta Bhardwa
In a world that is growing more divided and atomized, it may be guilt—not empathy—that can bring people together. (h/t Dr. Andrew Berger)
After the massacre at our high school, our lives have changed forever – so we’re proposing these changes to halt mass shootings
Revelations from stars like Kevin Love and DeMar DeRozan bring issue to the fore
This is a robbery in progress. Private equity firms run up massive debt to buy companies, and use corporate cash reserves to pay themselves back; while slashing staff along the way.
Aid workers and non-profit groups say the U.S. territory is still dealing with power and food shortages six months after the powerful storm hit the island.
Director Terry Gilliam is speaking out against the #MeToo movement, saying that in Hollywood, “mob rule takes over; the mob is out there, they are carrying their torches..."
Mark Bittman and Dr. David L. Katz patiently answer pretty much every question we could think of about healthy food.
This thread has everything: office treachery, denial, shrimp fried rice.