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Psychiatrist Dr. Ashok Malla on treating mental illnesses in teenagers and knowing the difference between a mental health issue and normal teen angst.
Eleni Giannakas, 16, of Laurier MacDonald High School in St Leonard and her mother talk about a family’s battle against depression.
A South Shore charity provides help to people suffering from mental illnesses for housing, along with much-needed friendship.
Canadian researchers may hold the key to safely and effectively treating moderate to severe depression in pregnant women without posing a risk to their developing babies.
Ami-Quebec worker Sylvia Itzhayek talks about her personal experience about what happens to a family when a child is diagnosed with a mental illness.
As part of the Bell Let's Talk initiative, patients and staff from the Douglas Hospital joined forces with the Habs to put mental health on centre ice.
Comedian Howie Mandel opens up about his OCD, how his private problem became a powerful PSA and how he found strength in speaking about it.
Dr. Olivier Farmer discusses a program at the Old Brewery Mission which helps homeless people deal with the struggles of drug abuse combined with mental problems.
Dr. Nancy Low and Minority Media on their plans to tackle mental health through smartphones, Denise Roberts reports.
The words we choose to describe mental problems often set up barriers to bringing these issues out in the open.
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.