Guilty of letting friendships slide? An emerging body of research reveals loneliness is a bigger threat to health than smoking or being overweight.
It’s time to stop working through lunch, because one of the best things you can do for your health and productivity is take a break.
The use of smartphone apps to treat mental health conditions like depression and anxiety is on the rise, but how do they stack up clinically?
The Federal Court hosted the inaugural Minds Court lecture on mental health in the legal profession on 12 November, with two inspiring speakers sharing their stories.
Harvard Law graduate and former US Public Defender Ayelet Waldman may be the last person you would expect to be using acid.
A study of 1.2 million people has revealed the number one exercise for improving mental health.
Lawyers are more likely to have anxiety, depression and other mental health issues than the general population.
Jon Davies likes to call himself Chief Energy Officer in an organisation of young people working to promote positive conversations about mental health with young…
LSJ is launching a new podcast to shine light on dark issues that remain somewhat taboo topics of discussion among lawyers.
Studies have shown lawyers are more than three times as likely as the general population to be problem drinkers.
Spending time among trees can offer humans access to the company of other living things like nothing else can.