Teen girls twice as likely to suffer depression than boys, research shows

Posted Thu 16 Jan 2014, 5:54pm AEDT

Feeling down: when does a mood become a disorder?

By Gordon Parker and Amelia Paterson

Long hours at work harm kids as much as parental depression

HARD working parents are putting their kids under as much stress as those with a mental illness, and experts say dads are worst hit by too many hours...

Big pharmaceutical cuts investment in depression meds

Big pharmaceutical companies are cutting back on investment in mental health drugs. Source: Supplied

Seclusion, restraint of mental health patients can fuel fears, ACT forum told

Locking a distressed person in a padded cell when they are hearing voices could be the worst possible treatment, a conference in Canberra has been...

Australian Workers - Unsatisfied and Stressed Out

New survey reveals insights into the psychological health of Australian workers

Mental health stigma

Mental health stigma still affecting Australian workers, with research showing 4 in 10 hide depression from employers By Matthew Grimson

15th International Mental Health Conference 2014 Launch

The Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association is pleased to announce the 15th International Mental Health Conference will be held at the

Rural obesity is high

Rural Obesity Stefan Juengling, The West Australian September 23, 2013, 3:33 pm

The Future of Mental Health Services and Psychiatry

Prof Philip Morris, President, Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association opened the 14th International Mental Health Conference at the...