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A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

A science-based approach focusing on prevention, treatment and harm reduction is key to tackling the global drug crisis.

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Australia’s drug budget heavily focuses on law enforcement over harm reduction and prevention, underscoring the need for more balanced, effective spending.

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The earlier they got a smartphone in childhood, the more likely people are to have mental health issues as young adults.

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Interventions are available to help parents-to-be and new parents struggling with insomnia.

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Getting a decent night’s sleep is crucial to improving physical, mental and spiritual health for Indigenous peoples.

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ADHD diagnoses are increasing, but the condition remains under-resourced and under-supported.

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Diagnosing ADHD in children is difficult and often has to rely on subjective interviews. Virtual reality and artificial intelligence could help fix that.

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Research suggests that excessive screen time can harm children’s cognitive development, but how much is too much?

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Elementary school teachers in Indonesia have described working with ADHD students. The critical message is they need to know more about the condition.

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New data released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics has shown mental health conditions are most prevalent among young Australians aged 16 to 24.

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Australian youth confront significant mental health concerns, marked by gender-based disparities in conditions and help-seeking.

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