Finding the Funds for Mental Health Care

New Zealand is learning about the downward spiral that occurs when the government does not adequately support mental health care for people.

Patient Becomes Violent, Stamps on Fellow Patient’s Head at IMH

A violent incident at the Institute of Mental Health in Singapore landed one patient in jail and another in the hospital.

Predicting Mental Illness for Newborns

Researchers have identified extremely low birth weight as a risk factor for babies developing mental illness later in life.

Katy Perry Jokes About Britney Spears and Mental Health

Recently, a mental health joke by Katy Perry brought Britney Spears’ head-shaving incident back to the forefront of public memory.

Beauty Queen Kylie Verzosa Advocates for Mental Health

Beauty queen Kylie Verzosa made a recent stop at the Institute of Mental Health in Singapore while advocating for mental health care.

The Crucial Years: Supporting Mental Health Care for Children

A recent article reveals the severe need for better mental health care for children in the UK, in Singapore, and around the world.

The Power of Family for Better Mental Health

Experts say that family ties are an important factor in mental health. Authentic family bonds can lower the risk of depression and anxiety.

A Spike in Depression Rates Leads to More Mental Health Days

The rise in depression means that more people are taking personal vacation days as mental health days in order to cope with mental illness.

The Mental Health of Modern Politicians

Some professionals question the US President’s mental health, while others point to a broader issue of mental health in politics.

Directive to Singapore Parents: Talk Less, Listen More

In the wake of an unusually high number of child and teen suicides, parents are being asked to listen to their children more effectively.