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October 29 2017


Forensic Mental Health Hope

A beautiful and moving video featuring the spoken word poem “Matt” performed by Andre Fenton, about a forensic mental health success story. Filmographer Steaphanie Young added great imagery as well.

The video was produced by Principal Investigator Dr Jamie Livingston for the Forensic Mental Health Success Stories project, aiming to increase understanding of people found Not Criminally Responsible due to mental illness, and how there can be hope and success with treatment.

This great short video was made in Canada.


October 27 2017


The Brain in the Tongue

Neuroscientist Leslie Vosshall  gives a talk during the “The Sensory Logic of the Gastronomic Brain” symposium at the Basque Culinary Centre, about the connections between the brain, the tongue, and scent.

From molecules to a perception of scent and taste, this engaging lecture shares interesting information for erudite conversations at your next dinner party.

Rockefeller neuroscientist Leslie Vosshall, PhD is a member of the National Academy of Sciences.



Photo by Mike Burns

September 28 2017


Digital Health Tools for Mental Health




“Code Therapy” is an award-winning 15-minute documentary about the benefits of digital health tools like apps, web sites, wearables, and other technology designed to improve mental health.

The acclaimed documentary has been screened at festivals in England, Ireland, India and the United States, and was  awarded Best Documentary at the 2016 Dublin International Short Film and Music Festival.

It’s now online and free to view in full (and share) on their site, or on Vimeo and YouTube.

Learn more about some digital health tools for depression, anxiety, insomnia, and other issues, here at PsychCentral.


September 05 2017


Tips on Coping with Emotions at Work





In this short video clip from the Chrissy B. Show, the UK’s only TV show focussed on mental health and wellbeing topics, Chrissy shares tips on how to handle difficult emotions in the workplace.

In “Too Emotional at Work? Here’s 5 Ways to Cope” Chrissy gets straight to it and goes over five practical, useful tips for better mental health in the workplace.

She starts with the basics of self-care – nutrition, exercise, and getting enough sleep – and moves on to discuss things like how to handle an emotional crisis.

The Chrissy B. Show is an excellent TV production that shares its videos online, so the whole world can watch, three times a week.


August 06 2017


The Best Age Gap For Relationship Satisfaction

Many people are attracted to a younger partner, but is it worth it in the long run?

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Memory: The Freakiest Ever Fact is Actually True

Simply remembering everything that happens to us is not the point of memory.

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August 05 2017


August 04 2017


How Loneliness Affects Your Brain

Lonely people quickly move to the edges of social networks — here’s why.

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August 03 2017


The Real Reason Antidepressants Don’t Work For 50% Of People

Antidepressants may give the brain a chance to recover from depression, but more is needed.

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The Popular TV Show That Provokes Suicidal Thoughts

Show popular with teenagers linked to increased internet searches for how to commit suicide.

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August 02 2017


Very Popular Food Linked To Anxiety And Depression

Average intakes of this food exceed the level linked to common mental health problems.

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August 01 2017


This Clothing Makes Getting Job Interview 5 Times More Likely

Women applied for 400 real jobs to test the effect of clothing in their profile picture.

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