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Caregivers are facing pressure dealing with patients who can be difficult.
Steve Harvey, dean of JMSB school of business, on lost productivity.
Children dealing with mental illness got to spend a night in box seats with legend Guy Lafleur
Bell's fourth annual 'Let's Talk' day saw tens of thousands of Canadians and others around the world take part in a conversation aimed at raising awareness about mental health issues.
Dr. Meaney of the Douglas institute researches the effects of touch on warding off mental illness later in life.
Dr. Lise Laporte and Dr. Ronald Fraser wrote a children's book for those dealing with parents with borderline personality disorder. Dr. Fraser discusses it
The summer and winter Olympian famously battles with depression.
Some people need a day off because they cannot cope. But that can be avoided.
Shea Emry has suffered from depression, which was compounded by bullying and concussions.
Kevin Gallagher examines how the Wellington Centre treats people with mental health problems using art therapy.
Dr. Naguib Mechawar of the Douglas Brain Bank explains biological factors associated with mood.
Every time she stepped on a scale, every time she looked in a mirror, Jennifer Youssef was horrified by the morbidly obese person she saw.
It didn't matter that this 300 pound person didn't exist.
Sharleen’s brother was diagnosed with a mental illness 20 years ago.
A McGill psychiatry prof explains why some react to psychological pressure better than others in a chat with Mutsumi Takahashi, part of Tuesday’s Let’s Talk Day.
A revolutionary program is helping people return to jobs after suffering mental illness. Aphrodite Salas reports.
Half a dozen teenagers with mental illnesses are getting a helping hand from the Montreal Canadiens.
Bell is giving $500,000 to Concordia’s Department of Psychology as part of its ‘Let’s Talk’ initiative.
Bell has announced a $500,000 donation to the CHUQ Foundation. The money will be used to open 40 new beds at a ward treating eating disorders.
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