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Professor Rory O’Connor explains how we can all play a part in preventing suicide ..read more
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A scientist describes her experience of eating disorders, anxiety and depression – and why she’s committed to helping others through ..read more
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We spoke to Til about things in life she's learned, her influences and her inspirations ..read more
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Kendelle was diagnosed with depression and anxiety just months after she moved to college. She shares her experience for the first time ..read more
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Kim writes about how the army culture exacerbated her anxiety - and why research and opening up has helped her overcome it ..read more
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Researcher Helen and MQ ambassador John join host Hannah for the latest episode of the Open Mind podcast ..read more
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Dr Helen Fisher is the latest researcher to be profiled for the 'Things I Now Know' series ..read more
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John's had depression since the age of 5. He makes his case for supporting mental health research - and why mental illness is a problem ..read more
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Tom reflects on his own experiences of anxiety and depression – and why research needs to be at the forefront of the mental health ..read more
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Natan was 18 when he went to the Ariana Grande concert in 2017. After experiencing PTSD - and learning to cope - he shares his hopes for ..read more

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