Instagram ranked worst for mental health after Snapchat, finds study

Instagram ranked worst for mental health after Snapchat, finds study

It’s a digital world and undoubtedly, social media has become an inseparable part of one’s everyday life. While life seems incomplete without mobile phones and tablets equipped with apps and instant access to social media platforms, a recent report titled #StatusOfMind, published by the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) and the Young Health Movement (YHM), states that Instagram can prove detrimental to an individual’s mental health. The next on the list are Snapchat followed by Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Read more

It takes almost 6 years to diagnose bipolar disorder; scientists find out why

It takes almost 6 years to diagnose bipolar disorder; scientists find out why

The yearning to break free of the clichés surrounding mental disorders is forcing many people to come forward and discuss their struggle against the problems. Many celebrities have also opened up about their psychological disorders and the associated treatment. The revelation by singer Demi Lovato about her bipolar disorder diagnosis at the age of 22 highlighted the pervasiveness of mental disorders among people from all walks of life. Read more

Vice launches new mental health campaign

Vice launches new mental health campaign

The news website Vice.com that covers untold stories from across the globe, looks into a growing issue in 2015: mental health. Vice has launched a new mental health campaign for 2015 titled: The Vice Guide to Mental Health uses a variety of articles to cover the topic of mental health and illnesses. The topics include […]