Research in the UK links energy drinks to mental health issues in children and teenagers, prompting calls for a ban.
Lakeside defied skepticism by creating a successful prevention model and offering early intervention and support, demonstrating the impact of community-driven initiatives.
School districts invest in telehealth counselors, allocating over $70 million for online therapy to meet students' mental health needs amid challenges and Lakeside's proactive response.
Police officers face a mental health crisis with surging suicides, shedding light on the silent struggles in law enforcement.
A mass shooting in Lewiston, Maine, involved a mentally ill shooter with known warning signs, underscoring the necessity for improved mental health care and stricter gun control measures.
33 U.S. states are suing Meta Platforms Inc., accusing the company of intentionally designing addictive features that harm young people's mental health. Additionally, it allegedly violates federal law by collecting children's data without parental consent. The case aims to challenge unethical social media practices detrimental to children's mental health.
The rising drug overdose crisis in America continues despite bipartisan efforts through the lapsed SUPPORT Act, stressing the need for effective, innovative solutions.
The mental health crisis among American students necessitates more school psychologists and a comprehensive, specially tailored support network within educational institutions.
Lakeside encourages emotional intelligence at work, recognizing and supporting staff members' personal issues, while maintaining professional balance and productivity.
Lakeside strongly advocates emotional regulation techniques but warns that they can't replace deeper therapeutic approaches for severe mental health conditions and trauma.