Yesterday marked the official start of the fifth and shortest season of the calendar year: Movember. For those of you who've been living under a chin, Movember in an annual event that encourages men around the world to grow moustaches...
May 4-10 is Mental Health Week in Canada – and we should all pay attention. Most young professionals are under stress on the regular, and if not effectively managed, it can lead to much bigger issues. That’s why the Psychology Foundation of Canada has a new tool to help
A growing number of organizations have taken to print, video, and social media to spread powerful messages regarding abuse against women. This means everything from a high-tech billboard in the UK and the Salvation Army’s spin on “the dress,” to Kathleen Wynn’s viral commercial, and the NFL’s Super Bowl ad
For all the feelings of inferiority caused by social media, Facebook has now introduced an initiative to help people feel better about life. The company has partnered up with major US mental health organizations in an effort to prevent suicide and offer support to those in need
Today’s young professionals have done a phenomenal job in raising awareness and funds for a variety of charities through everything from events to bike rides. So if you’re in the market to support a new cause, here are three you should definitely be considering right now
Mental health is far from the most glamorous subject, but that’s a major part of the problem. You wouldn’t be afraid to talk about the symptoms of any other major illness, so why this one? Embrace World Mental Health Day by starting a discussion that matters
Mental health awareness is finally getting the attention it needs thanks to widespread campaigns and the gradual breaking down of the stigma (which, frankly, still isn’t broken down nearly enough). We don’t have to tell you that issues of mental health and addiction don’t discriminate – even when you’re rich and famous. Case in point: these 12 celebrities