Sinéad O'Connor has threatened to sue Miley Cyrus after the American singer publicly mocked her in a series of Twitter posts and likened her to the actor Amanda Bynes, who has been undergoing psychiatric treatment.
But are bankers just misunderstood ?
George Osborne, look away now: a new book claims it is seriously bad for our health, and that cutbacks have already had a devastating effect across Europe and North America.
"Surprises," says Pauline Collins. "That's what I love about this business. Even at my age, you can get surprises."
On World Mental Health Day, stop and think. Are you in good mental health ?
The latest trend on the internet is to step away from the internet, according to a growing band of American technology leaders and psychologists for whom the notion of the addictive power of digital gadgets is gaining sway.
You’ve been in back-to-back meetings for what seems like two weeks. You can scroll through your unread messages on your BB for a full five minutes. And by the way, when was the last time you got your full eight hours a night?
Laws barring people who have had severe mental health problems from jury service and from being MPs or company directors are to be abolished following an extraordinary debate in which several MPs gave moving accounts of their own experiences of the illnesses.
Leading UK mental health charity 'Mind' presents alarming new evidence that workers who admit to feeling stressed or depressed fear being sacked or forced out of their jobs.
When we learn that household incomes have fallen for the first time in a generation, that radiation levels are rising in the seas off Japan and that regimes in the Middle East are again cracking down, with a vengeance, on their own people, it is easy to see why Samuel Beckett once wrote that the tears of the world are a constant quantity.