Young and Vulnerable: The biggest tragedy regarding youth mental illness is collective inaction

This year, United Nations International Youth Day (IYD), on August 12, has been designated to celebrate the importance of youth mental health with the slogan ‘Mental Health Matters’. This isContinue Reading

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The Path to Happiness is Sound Mental Health

In July 2011 the UN General Assembly passed a historic resolution:  It invited member countries to measure the happiness of their people and to use this to help guide theirContinue Reading

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Press Release: iFred Launches Depression News Blog to Shine Light, Advocate Hope and End the Stigma of Depression

Jagannath

For Immediate Release: February 5, 2014 iFred to launch global blog to shine  light, advocate hope, and end stigma of depression Chicago IL:  The International Foundation for Research and EducationContinue Reading

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The Past, Present, and Future for Depression; A Perspective of Hope from Geneva

Kathryn Goetzke, Field for Hope

  As I sit here at a crowded Starbucks in sunny Geneva Switzerland, preparing for the meeting tomorrow at the headquarters of the World Health Organization, I marvel at howContinue Reading

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Dogs Teaching Adults How to Teach Kids to Read

Duncan and Kalli

Some fantastic research has shown that the benefits of dogs can go beyond being good friends – they can help kids learn how to read.  This article goes into detail aboutContinue Reading

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Fantastic Q&A on Exercise and Depression

Spinning with Energy

Our wonderful advisory board member, Kirsten Straughan, was kind enough to let iFred present to the students in UIC’s Human Nutrition program, preparing students to become registered dieticians.  Students interested in volunteeringContinue Reading

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