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How to stay safe and sane during coronavirus isolation

How to stay safe and sane during coronavirus isolation, according to science https://t.co/JaR74AYjBl via @thenextweb — Better Blokes (@BetterBlokesNZ) April 4, 2020 2. Structure your…

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14 ways to protect your mental health in the pandemic

Consider how to connect with others: Video calls with friends and family can help beat isolation. Help and support others: Think about how you could…

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One of the best ways to treat anxiety?

One of the best ways to treat anxiety? A full night’s rest, new research suggests. https://t.co/9DdpBrCth1 pic.twitter.com/fAdPn0tRzo — Big Think (@bigthink) December 4, 2019 Interestingly,…

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Even in the modern era, outbreaks are nearly constant

A visual history of pandemics https://t.co/3jUqqCYpSR #coronavirus #COVID19 pic.twitter.com/RI4l2191xm — World Economic Forum (@wef) March 18, 2020 Disease and illnesses have plagued humanity since the…

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Mental Health NZ Aotearoa

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What If We Give Mental Illness a Microphone? | Kaitlinn Estevez | TEDxAdelphiUniversity

Kaitlinn Estevez is passionate about poetry and literature, and she can frequently be found performing spoken word poetry at open mic nights throughout New York…

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Hearing Our Voices: Peer Support and Mental Illness | Stefanie Kaufman | TEDxBrownU

When trying to solve this problem of lack of support for college students with mental illness, many people look to outsiders with specific credentials; but…

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Where to get help

Lifeline (open 24/7) – 0800 543 354 Depression Helpline (open 24/7) – 0800 111 757 Healthline (open 24/7) – 0800 611 116 Samaritans (open 24/7)…

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Emotional loneliness is a bigger risk factor than depression, heart disease, diabetes & stroke for cognitive decline

Emotional loneliness is a bigger risk factor than depression, heart disease, diabetes & stroke for cognitive decline according to research by Dr Catherine Whitehouse. She…

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Ken Clearwater – Imagining the Solution 2013

Ken talks about preventing the sexual abuse of boys — how we address institutions in which much sexual abuse of boys takes place; and how…

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