A new study developed over nine years by OYPRA found school camps can reduce anxiety and boost the confidence of young Australians.
#WorldMentalHealthDay – focusing on the needs of young people. It’s time to take a stand and demand more for this vulnerable population – our future depends on it!
Frequent and occasional slapping was associated with increased odds of youth being identified as bullies or bully-victims.
A new report indicates that one in four Australians in their mid-30s have used amphetamines and one in 15 reported still using amphetamines.
56% of adolescents in dissolved families show signs of positive development in emerging adulthood (19-20yrs).
Children as young as eight experience poor body image as hormone levels rise with the onset of puberty.
A recent study by Harvard and CAH, has shown that 4 cents per month is invested in adolescent healthcare projects across low-income countries.
A recent study suggests that outdoor adventure experiences have different impacts for different individuals.
Frequency of alcohol consumption in adolescent years is just as likely as binge drinking and problem drinking, to predict alcohol related problems in adulthood.
Men with histories of adolescent and young adult common mental disorders were 4x more likely to experience mental health problems during their partner’s pregnancy.