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Schools should be able to teach children and young people about mental health in the same way they are taught about literacy or numeracy, a report has recommended
More than a quarter (28%) of men said they had not sought medical help for the last mental health problem they experienced compared to 19% of women, a survey has found
National survey shows 77% of employees have experienced poor mental health and bosses underequipped and unsupported to respond
Research funding for bipolar disorder is just 1.6% of all spend on mental health research
Use of physical restraint has increased in many mental health trusts in England
Recent research by mental health charity Mind has revealed that almost nine in ten primary care workers find their work life stressful
Citizens Advice has published research highlighting the "employability gap" between people with and without health conditions
"It is increasingly being accepted that paranoid thoughts are much more widespread than previously thought. The stigma attached to them has begun to lessen"
Research finds employers are taking a reactive approach to employees’ mental health problems, but preventative steps make better business sense