In the second instalment of Collectivity, 2Step Collective connect with Zoë Aston, who is championing regular mental health workouts for all.
A new study has exposed the terrifying extent to which the climate crisis is linked to widespread psychological distress among young people globally.
As demand surges, plastic surgery providers are targeting some of men’s biggest insecurities with hazardous procedures.
New legislation from the Government mandating that restaurants add calories to menus will have devastating consequences for not just women but men, also.
Growing numbers of Gen Zers are shunning their devices and embracing a way of life that they say is improving their mental health. But how easy is it really to kick the habit?
Looking for ways to fill the hours, the pandemic has caused a perfect storm for student gamblers. But some fear their habit to alleviate boredom could be spiralling into addiction.
The hashtag #selfharm is censored on TikTok, but that hasn’t stopped users from speaking out about their experiences.
Our era has been described as a ‘Psychedelic Renaissance’, with growing interest in the potential mental health benefits of hallucinogenics. But could these mind-altering experiences help people of colour navigate racism?
In the wake of a High Court ruling restricting puberty blockers for under-16s, writer Nicola Dinan asks why anyone would celebrate a now even starker absence of healthcare for trans kids.
We speak to the authors of a new book which interrogates why musicians are three times more likely to have anxiety or depression.
Shelley Jones explores how the lockdown has affected the skateboarding community.
Joining The Dots is a Huck podcast. In the latest episode, we talk to the London singer-songwriter about philosophy, YouTube, and life as an outsider.