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Zeba Blay and Keesean Moore
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In honor of #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth, the writer and performer shares mental health resources they've discovered in their journey toward well-being.
Photographer Alfie White: "Being Autistic is not a quirk"
For the last day of Autism Awareness Month, and on the cusp of his 21st birthday, Alfie shares a personal essay about life as a neurodivergent artist.
Girl In Red on the mental health struggles that inspired her debut album
As she prepares to release ‘If I Could Make It All Go Quiet’, the queer Norwegian musician discusses getting diagnosed with OCD and GAD.
Tech-induced tripping: Can an app get you high?
The future of psychedelics could be legal, widely accessible and cheaper than growing your own shrooms. We investigate whether it actually works.
Why do we love to pathologise normal behaviour online?
By reducing nuances of mental health to sweeping statements, social media might actually be leading to over-diagnosis.
Listen to AI-generated 'lost' songs from the 27 Club
An algorithm has created tracks by Amy Winehouse and Kurt Cobain to promote better mental health in the music industry.
How you responded to the pandemic is linked to your personality type
Have you felt happier during lockdown? Stress levels improved? A new study suggests that's connected to whether you're an introvert or extravert.
The secret dread of post-pandemic life
Out with the new, in with the old.