Home > Mental health > Living with mental illness Living with mental illness 70% unsure about loved one’s dying wishes A study found that often 'surrogates' remain in the dark about their loved one's wishes even if both agreed that they had discussed the matter. Should 'mentally challenged' people be denied organ transplants? The US system of organ banks is battling a thorny ethical question: Should a person with intellectual disabilities be denied access to an organ transplant? Siblings of schizophrenics at greater risk for same disorder A large study investigated the risk of people developing similar mental disorders after they have arisen in a brother or sister. Ask CyberShrink » Talk Heart to heart forum » 13 hidden signs of stress Regenerative medicine: replacing brain cells lost from stroke Never big enough Some bodybuilders, obsessed with size, may suffer from a disorder called muscle dysmorphia. Basically, they develop a quite distorted idea about what they look like Living with borderline personality disorder 'Mommy' blogger, Coral-Leigh Stuart-deLange, shares her story about living with mental illness. Losing it? How to stay in touch Where can you find the time to see your friends? They are the extended families of the 21st century and form an important part of our support structure. UPDATE: 18 kg anorexic woman receives almost $200 000 in donations for treatment Rachael Farrokh, the 18 kilogram woman suffering from severe anorexia, has successfully raised almost $200 000 for treatment and has taken to YouTube again to thank everyone who helped. 10 things to do when you're down Life is not always moonshine and roses. There are those days when you feel really down, despondent, ugly and unwanted. Here's how to make yourself feel better. Antipsychotic drugs need to be used earlier in schizophrenics Injectable antipsychotic drugs, administered early instead of as a last option, may improve schizophrenia treatment. Demi Lovato gets vocal about mental illness Diagnosed with bipolar disorder in 2011, pop singer, Demi Lovato, is spearheading a new mental illness awareness campaign. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Johannesburg conference to tackle digital transformation in healthcare Coital incontinence: the ‘oops’ women are too afraid to talk about Symptoms differ from person to person, identifying what triggers your IBS WIN a R2000 voucher. Great skin is just a click away!