Inside Story

How to maintain your mental health during a global pandemic?

The coronavirus pandemic has killed nearly 11,000 people as cases continue to rise across the world.

Al Jazeera World

Rehab Egypt: Edge of Addiction

At a rehabilitation centre in Egypt, men with drug and alcohol addictions embark on a road to recovery.

Health

Doctor's Note: How to look after your mental health

A doctor explains the steps you can take to combat the uncertainty and anxiety surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.

Doctor's Note: Coronavirus and your mental health

Women

The scents of our grief

Can smells hold the key to our memories, and how long can we keep hold of them?

The scents of our grief

Mental health

Dismissed and detained: British Muslims face mental health issues

For Muslims in the UK, navigating cultural challenges and clinical prejudice can exacerbate mental health problems.

Dismissed and detained: British Muslims face mental health issues

Arts & Culture

What will you remember at the end of your life?

A therapeutic musician finds that while the details of end-of-life memories may differ, the themes are often the same.

What will you remember at the end of your life?

Mental health

US policy puts migrants at risk of kidnapping, extortion: MSF

Report also says 'Remain in Mexico' policy makes things 'much worse' for migrants suffering from mental health issues.

US policy puts migrants at risk of kidnapping, extortion: MSF

Opinion

Child suicide is a symptom of our traumatised world

The prevalence of psychological trauma among refugee youth should be an issue of utmost urgency for us all.

Belen Fernandez

by Belen Fernandez

Belen Fernandez

Mental health

'Pockets of memory': Living with dementia in Nigeria

Care-givers and medical professionals in Ibadan are confronting a growing problem with love, patience and medication.

'Pockets of memory': Living with dementia in Nigeria

United States

The dark road of dementia

On a car ride home, a woman thinks she is being followed, only to find an unexpected driver in the car behind her.

The dark road of dementia

Middle East

Libya conflict takes a toll on people's mental health

Libyan women bear the brunt of endless violence with little help coming their way to fight the trauma.

US & Canada

The evening death came for me: My journey with PTSD

On a gorgeous Florida evening, a truck crashed into me. As I lay in intensive care, I learned who had been driving it.

The evening death came for me: My journey with PTSD

101 East

Singapore: Top of the Class

101 East goes inside Singapore's schools to find out why the nation's students top the global leader board.

UpFront

Kashmir and Balochistan: Will Pakistan own up to rights abuses?

We challenge Pakistan's human rights minister on alleged government abuses and the treatment of religious minorities.

People & Power

Europe's Recurring Shame

People & Power investigates the shocking abuse of disabled people at EU-funded care homes across Eastern Europe.