An artist has described how he hopes his incredible Oor Wullie mural can help open up a conversation on mental health.
A support group aimed at helping people with mental health and addiction problems will launch next month.
The Duke of Cambridge has called on football fans across the country to look after their mental health so they can be “match fit” as he kicked off a new campaign at Wembley.
The brain activity of patients with depression could help doctors predict who will respond to cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT).
A smartphone app designed to manage negative emotions and periods of anxiety could help to reduce self-harm in young people, according to research.
The chief of a patients’ rights group has called for a “no compromise” outcome to a mental health inquiry after NHS bosses were able to suggest amendments to its first critical report.
A nurse working at Dundee’s mental health crisis unit trod on the legs of a vulnerable teenager hours after the youngster had tried to take his own life, a new report has revealed.
The independence of Tayside’s mental health probe has been cast into doubt after it emerged its first report was delayed so NHS chiefs could suggest changes.
Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths discovered that opening up and talking can save lives amid his long battle with depression.
More than 3,400 patients went missing from mental health hospitals in England last year.
Comedy star Robin Williams went out and performed even while “struggling”, his son has said.
A scene depicting a graphic suicide in teen drama 13 Reasons Why has been removed by Netflix.
Increased social media use and television viewing are linked to worsening teenage depression, researchers say.
Hundreds of people may be suffering from mental health problems related to the spree of London terror attacks in 2017, a leading doctor has said.
The “negligence” of NHS staff at a mental health unit led directly to the death of a man who was refused help, an expert has concluded.
NHS chiefs have admitted mental health needs to be “higher up the agenda” after services were given a scathing report by the leader of an independent inquiry.
Campaigners have urged public bodies in Dundee to fund and open a 24/7 mental health crisis centre in the city amid a continuing high trend in suicide figures.
Sports presenter Charlie Webster has told of the lasting effects malaria will have on her body, including having to cut out alcohol and salty foods for the rest of her life.
Re: Councillor Lynne Short being appointed chairwoman of the Tay Road Bridge board.
Betting firms could be taxed to pay for addiction treatment, the head of the NHS has warned, as he launched a new service to help children with gambling problems.