Monday, November 29, 2021
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Hallucinogenic healing

"Some scientists argue that the use of psychedelics can drastically cut medical costs by generating a shift in psychiatry from the current palliative approach towards a curative one. "

PresCom write open letter after University pays £20k to WPUK

PresCom has released a letter stating its condemnation of “the University and History Faculty for supporting transphobia” and that they “are extremely disappointed that...

20% of COVID-19 patients receive a psychiatric diagnosis in 3 months,...

A new study shows that 20% of those who contract coronavirus are diagnosed with a mental health illness within 3 months. This is about...

The government’s obesity strategy might increase our mental health crisis

The mixed messages which the government is giving people: lose weight but also spend all your money in fast-food restaurants, is as confusing as how people are supposed to lose weight.

Oxford University releases welfare and support figures

CW: Mental health, rape, sexual assault The University of Oxford has published its statistics for Student Welfare and Support Services in the 2018-19 academic year.  The report shows...

Jericho Comedy Club to host digital festival 13 and 14 June

NextUp, a digital comedy streaming service, has teamed up with Jericho Comedy Club to present an online comedy festival on 13th and 14th June....

Problem Gambling in Lockdown: How self-regulation is failing us

TW: Suicide, addiction, depression   As we remain locked up, another scourge is being let loose; welcome to the world of online casinos and virtual sports gambling....

Duke of Westminster donates £1M to COVID-19 mental health research at...

The Duke of Westminster, Hugh Grosvenor, has donated £1 million to fund Oxford Department of Psychiatry research on the mental health effects of COVID-19...

Eating disorders – the elephant in the room

TW/CW: Body Dysmorphia, Eating Disorders, Trauma This article contains explicit mentions of harmful behaviour.  Please consult the resources under the article if you or anyone you...

A man’s best friend

As a child, I developed a strange habit: whenever I wanted anything, I would make a PowerPoint. My younger self had a compulsion to...