Mental Health

  • The World Heath Organisation says gaming addiction is a real mental health disorder
    Gaming

    The World Heath Organisation says gaming addiction is a real mental health disorder

    And the gaming industry isn't thrilled

    Posted by
    Mike Rampton
    Published
  • What attitudes towards footballers' emotions it tells us about pressures of work / job 1
    Opinion

    Why are we so worried about footballers being human?

    It's 2018 and footballers are still being forced to hide their emotions, it's time to stop

    Posted by
    Tristan Cross
    Published
  • Can watching the World Cup damage your mental health? 1
    World Cup

    Can watching the World Cup damage your mental health?

    When do pre-match nerves and post-match blues become actual, pathological problems – and how do you deal with it when they do?

    Posted by
    Duncan Vicat-Brown
    Published
  • why-stressed-out
    News

    Why is everyone so damn stressed in 2018?

    A psychologist, a philosopher and a poet wonder why Brits are so bogged down right now

    Posted by
    Harvey Day
    Published
  • Why '13 Reasons Why' fails at portraying mental health where 'BoJack Horseman' succeeds 2
    Opinion

    Why '13 Reasons Why' fails at portraying mental health where other Netflix shows succeed

    “If a show about mental health issues isn’t appropriate for people living with them, then who is it for?”

    Posted by
    Josh Pappenheim
    Published
  • Video games are tackling mental health – but are they actually helping?
    Entertainment

    “It made me deeply miserable”: Are video games about mental health helpful or harmful?

    “You will get a good idea of what having hallucinations feels like”

    Posted by
    Josh Pappenheim
    Published
  • How one male support group is taking on depression and saving lives
    News

    How one male support group is taking on depression and saving lives

    Andy's Man club was started in Halifax in 2016 and is now helping men nationwide

    Posted by
    Harvey Day
    Published
  • A man refusing to do the ironing
    News

    Is this the end of advertising’s “bumbling bloke” trope?

    For decades, advertisers have relied on the tired trope of the "man child". Will new regulations make him disappear?

    Posted by
    Amelia Tait
    Published
  • Nike shoes in a gloved hand
    Style

    What makes someone spend £20,000 on streetwear?

    How resale apps are fueling a new kind of male addiction

    Posted by
    Lauren Sharkey
    Published
  • This is the absolute minimum amount of sleep you need to be getting every night
    News

    Scientists say this is the absolute minimum amount of sleep you need to be getting every night

    And if you don't get it there's some serious side effects

    Posted by
    Harvey Day
    Published