As we've pointed out before, workplace stress could literally be killing you. And now, researchers at Harvard Business School and Stanford University have found a new, wonderful analogy for just how much it can be doing so: secondhand smoke. That's right, you...
That crisp suit may be doing more for you than making you look like a GQ model (ok, so that part may be in your head). A new study reveals that wearing a nice suit may make you feel more powerful, think more abstractly, and even make you better at dealing with criticism
Sometimes it's not the thought that counts - it's what you say. And when someone is depressed or grieving a loss, there are a number of things you shouldn't let out of your mouth if you want to communicate empathy
They say time passes quickly when you’re having a good time. For those who experience depression, it turns out the reverse may actually be true. New research has revealed that people suffering from depression may experience time differently than those who aren’t
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
Mental health awareness is finally front and centre when it comes to causes that affect young professionals. And with the eroding stigma comes a growing number of mental health initiatives. While medication and therapy are often needed, many Canadians are also turning to yoga – not just for the body, but the mind as well
Remember #Koni2012, #NoMakeupSelfie, or #BringBackOurGirls? Dubbed “hashtag activism,” the use of hashtags for online activism has taken off in a major way in recent years. In many cases, however, it’s only self-promotion disguised as altruism, and produces limited real world results