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The chemical imbalance theory of depression is dead, but that doesn’t mean antidepressants don’t work

Image: Shutterstock The chemical imbalance theory of depression is well and truly dead. A paper by Joanna Moncrieff and colleagues, long-time critics of the effectiveness of antidepressants, has caused...

Houseplants don’t just look nice – they can also give your mental health a boost

Image: Houseplants can be an essential link to nature – especially for those without access to a garden. Syda Productions/ Shutterstock For those of us without...

What is ‘heteropessimism’, and why do men and women suffer from it?

Image: Shutterstock A friend introduces their partner as “my current husband”. Another jokes about marriage as a life sentence. Everyone laughs, no one is surprised. The...

63.5% of Australia’s performing artists reported worsening mental health during COVID

Image: Hailey Kean/Unsplash 92% of performing artists experienced significant changes to their work during early stages of the pandemic – and at least half experienced...

Lockdowns don’t get easier the more we have them. Melbourne, here are 6 tips to help you cope

  Image: Shuttlestock As Melbourne heads well into a second week of lockdown, it’s important to recognise the serious toll this is likely to take on...

Best evidence suggests antidepressants aren’t very effective in kids and teens. What can be done instead?

  Picture: Shuttlestock Even before COVID-19 lockdowns, school closures and strict social distancing, depression was on the rise in children and teenagers around the globe. By the age...