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Iran focuses on innovative approaches in essential mental health services amid COVID-19 pandemic: WHO’s statement
Following the World Health Organization (WHO)'s declaration of the COVID-19 pandemic as a public health emergency, the Department for Mental Health and Substance Abuse of Iran’s Health developed an evidence-based response plan as of March 2020.
Study: Mental illness not a factor in most mass shootings
Contrary to what many believe, a new study finds that mental illness isn't a factor in most mass shootings or other types of mass murder.
Mental illness in childhood could mean worse physical health decades later
As if suffering from a mental illness as a child isn't tough enough, new research suggests it could predict higher odds for physical ills in later life.
Cutting benefits harms mental health, hits most vulnerable hardest, says study
Cutting social security benefits such as universal credit has a detrimental effect on mental health, particularly for the most vulnerable groups hit hardest by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to new research.
COVID-19 impacting mental health of medical professionals
With the number of COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths rising throughout much of the US, the mental health of medical professionals is being put to the test.
NSPCC warns of lockdown's toll on children's mental health
Rising stress levels have taken a toll on the mental and emotional health of young people since the first coronavirus lockdown was imposed in March, the UK children’s charity, NSPCC has warned.
Baby's heart rate reflects mom's mental health
Babies of mothers with anxiety or depression can have significantly higher heart rates than normal, a new study finds.
Kidneys might affect mental status as you age
Young adults with kidney problems may be at increased risk for mental decline in middle age, a new study suggests.
Mental health clarity urged for uni students' parents in UK
Universities need to be much clearer about whether they will contact parents if students have a mental health crisis, says a social mobility charity.
Children refused NHS mental health care for not being unwell enough
Children with mental health problems must be severely unwell before they can get help at NHS trusts across England, an investigation has found.
UK MPs call for mental health reforms to stop ‘horrific’ detention of young people
Mental health legislation must be overhauled in the UK to stop the “horrific” and inappropriate detention of young people with autism or learning disabilities, MPs have said.
Winter babies at 'higher risk of mental health disorders'
Babies born during winter are at higher risk of developing mental health disorders, new research found.

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