'A sniff of lavender ‘calms nerves like Valium' claims The Times. The headline should perhaps continue 'at least if you are a mouse' as the research that prompted the headline was carried out in mice
'Sharp rise in young people overdosing on painkillers and antidepressants' The Guardian reports
'Nearly a quarter of 14-year-old girls in the UK said they had self-harmed, a report suggests' BBC News reports
'Ritalin-type drugs best to treat ADHD in children, shows study' The Guardian reports
High-fibre diet ‘can cut stress-related disorders like anxiety and depression' The Sun reports
"Rising temperatures linked to increased suicide rates," cautions The Guardian, reporting on a study that appeared to show an increase in suicide during hotter weather in the US and Mexico.
Reports of virtual reality headsets being used to help cure people's fear of heights have attracted a lot of media attention.
Fear of heights (acrophobia) is a common phobia, affecting an estimated 1 in 5 people.
'Women who wake up early as they get older are less likely to develop depression than those who love a lie-in' the Mail Online reports
"Cannabis addiction rising among women and over 40s," BBC News reports.