'Media Watch' Segment (Heads Up eMag WIN17)

*This segment was originally published in headspace Chatswood's Heads Up eMagazine Winter '17 edition. If you'd like to receive the Heads Up eMag free and straight to your email every quarter, simply subscribe here.

The 'Media Watch' segment is where you can get the latest on mental health stories from around the globe. Check it out.

"Instagram and Snapchat worst for young people’s mental health'"

Digital Health- Instagram and Snapchat are the most detrimental to young people’s mental health and wellbeing, a report has revealed.

"Brain food: What you eat could help manage depression and anxiety"

ABC- For those people who do not respond to medication, some of these other holistic approaches and using nutrition is just so exciting

"Kesha Opens Up About How Online Bullying Fueled Her Eating Disorder In New Essay"

Perez Hilton- In a new essay for Teen Vogue, Kesha pens an inspiring message about overcoming her eating disorder and finding happiness despite being bullied online.

"Sleep problems, anxiety and depression: There's a strong link that goes both ways"

ABCGood sleep is essential for our mental well-being. Just one night of disturbed sleep can leave us feeling cranky, flat, worried, or sad the next day.

"Prince William and Lady Gaga Team Up on Mental Health"

USA Today- The heir to the throne released a video on Tuesday in which he speaks with the pop superstar in a FaceTime call from his home in London to her home in Los Angeles

"Greg Inglis’ decision to enter a mental health clinic will help others seek help too"

The Daily Telegraph- It’s a decision his Queensland friend Johnathan Thurston says will prove a catalyst for other players seeking help when they face their own demons.