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Claudia Hammond reports on new research which followed over 6,000 young children through school and found that if they experienced long term or severe bullying by their peers, their risk of developing serious mental health problems such as borderline personality disorder
Saving Lives - success for suicide prevention skills training
Mental health in relationships
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Surge in calls to mental health helplines
Charity warns of "huge demand" for mental health support as impact of welfare cuts and recession bites.
Charities call for rethink on mental health services
More than £500m could be saved if mental health services in England were run more efficiently, a report says.
Loneliness is 'major health issue'
Some people seek isolation, but few choose to be lonely, primarily because it isn't good for us.
'Discriminatory' ban on MPs with mental health issues to be axed
Helplines Partnership is the organisation that has been formed from the merger of the Mental Health Helplines Partnership (mhhp) and The Helplines Association (THA). It represents the helplines sector across the UK and internationally, supporting helplines to provide the best quality of service to their users.
Various Mental Health News
A CHARITY is offering help to teenagers stressed by the prospect of exams.
ChildLine has reminded the pupils they can call its confidential helpline, visit its website, or receive support online or by email.
When does your mental health become a problem?
Met Police 'must review handling of mentally ill suspects'
Updated 13 May 2013