The Effects of Light on Mental Health

The Effects of Light on Mental Health

Did you know that certain types of artificial light can harm or help your mental health? Get the scoop on blue light.

Stress vs Anxiety Understanding the Difference

Stress Vs. Anxiety: Understanding the Difference

Are you stressed or anxious? Discover the difference and learn when to seek help from a Singapore psychiatrist.

Untreated Depression and Its Long-Term Effects on the Brain

Study: Untreated Depression and Its Long-Term Effects on the Brain

Find out what researchers learned about the long-term effects of untreated depression on the brain.

How Do Mental Health Professionals Feel About Mental Illness in Singapore?

Study: How Do Mental Health Professionals Feel About Mental Illness in Singapore?

A new study reveals how mental health professionals think differently about mental illness compared to the general population in Singapore.

Mental Health and Quality of Life for Migrant Women in Singapore

Mental Health and Quality of Life for Migrant Women in Singapore

How do stress and mental health factors affect quality of life for migrant women in Singapore? One research team decided to find out.

Mental Health Stigma Among Singapore’s Medical Students

Explore a research team’s recent discovery about Singapore’s medical students and the social stigma surrounding mental illness.

Social Anxiety and Stress May Precede Gaming Addiction

Social Anxiety and Stress May Precede Gaming Addiction

Finding the right depression medication for a patient can be a tricky process. A new study aims to help psychiatrists find the right treatment.

Determining the Right Treatment for Depression

Study: Determining the Right Treatment for Depression

Finding the right depression medication for a patient can be a tricky process. A new study aims to help psychiatrists find the right treatment.

How Useful Are Smartphone Apps for Postnatal Depression?

How Useful Are Smartphone Apps for Postnatal Depression?

A recent study on smartphone apps related to postnatal depression shows a lack of quality and information.

A Study on Hoarding in Psychiatric Patients in Singapore

Symptoms of compulsive hoarding are often associated with specific psychiatric disorders including obsessive compulsive disorder, schizophrenia, and major depressive disorder.