Mental health

We all know about the downsides of platforms like Instagram and Facebook, but experts say they can also bring positivity into your life.
Two surveys reveal concerning results but a local charity has launched a campaign aimed at removing the stigma of discussing emotions.
If the constant news about tear gas and petrol bombs is leaving you feeling drained and distressed, it's okay to take a step back.
Hear For You volunteers encourage people young and old to open up and talk to counsellors about their feelings.
The World Health Organisation has urged more global support for mental health awareness and well-being.
The move could be beneficial for users' mental health, especially that of teenagers and young adults.
The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups notes that many teenagers report feeling hopeless and that the city’s political crisis affects them emotionally.
Young Post asked its reporters and cadets who have covered the ongoing protests how they cope with the constant negative headlines.
We need to rethink our priorities as a society and encourage leisure over labour.
A study by youth NGO Breakthough also revealed a worrying number of respondents don't get nearly enough sleep.

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