Championing the rights of people living with dementia16 May 2017, Dr Antonis Kousoulis
A growing public focus on dementia is promising, but there are huge steps we need to take with regards human rights, says Antonis Kousoulis.
Telling the tales of the Rotherhithe Babes12 May 2017,
Candy Worf discusses the remarkable tales of the Rotherhithe Babes and why she made a book about them.
Piers Morgan will be on the wrong side of history with mental health criticism11 May 2017, Mark Rowland
Piers Morgan has criticised Mental Health Foundation research in a tweet. Mark Rowland responds.
This week, let's raise more than just awareness11 May 2017, Guest Blogger
Helen Undy blogs on the links between financial difficulties and mental health.
Thriving after recovering from a mental health problem11 May 2017, Guest Blogger
Mike Slade considers how people with mental health problems can go through their recovery and thrive.
Getting people thriving with good mental health in the workplace9 May 2017, Chris O'Sullivan
Workplace mental health expert Chris O'Sullivan discusses what needs to happen to make workplaces mentally healthier.
Prince Harry ignites national debate on culture of men shouldering pain alone18 April 2017, Cal Strode
Cal Strode analyses the importance of Prince Harry talking openly about his mental health.
Leaping across the digital divide? Social media, mental health and later life11 April 2017, Ben Plimpton
Older people are far less likely to have access to the internet and social media. So how can it help them?
Nutrition and mental health: obvious, yet under recognised27 March 2017, Millie Macdonald
An overview of the Foundation's new briefing on how nutrition can be effectively integrated into public health strategies to protect and improve mental health.
Celebrating single mums on Mother's Day24 March 2017, Dr Camilla Rosan
Camilla Rosan tells the story of the New Beginnings choir that came out of our Creating Connections project.