Even if most students feel fine, everyone should know how to get help
Social distancing is a time-honored, low-tech tool for slowing the spread of contagious pathogens.
Mental health is super complicated. And many things, from your genetics to your environment, can affect it.
Weight discrimination has very real health consequences, especially when some of the most common perpetrators are medical professionals.
This week, we tackle the power of exercise and why you should bother.
We’re joined by happiness expert and host of The Happiness Lab, Dr. Laurie Santos to talk about her research into human happiness and to take your calls, including one from Mike from Colorado who asks, “Is there a genetic component to happiness?”
Queensland University of Technology mental health researcher Dr Olivia Fisher explains what’s really driving the anxiety we’re feeling through the pandemic, and how to respond to it.
It turns out being happy, or becoming happier is possible with a bit of effort.
One of the world’s most accomplished researchers on kissing, social behavior and relationships, Oxford University anthropologist Dr . Robin Dunbar, reluctantly agrees to be interviewed and explains how kissing may have evolved, how discos are research labs and friends are people you can invite yourself to have a beer with.