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An Eating Disorder Specialist Explains Our Unhealthy Relationship to Food
VICE spoke to Ashley McHan, an eating disorder therapist, about our unhealthy relationship to food, how it contributes to disordered eating and the underlying causes, similarities and differences of various eating disorders.
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What Binge Watching Does To Your Brain
Lee explains what binging does to your brain.
48 Hours With: Mental Health
Paranoid Schizophrenia: Allie Burke
Vice spends time with Allie Burke, a 32 year old woman with paranoid schizophrenia to understand how the illness impacts her everyday life.
This Artist Offers Tattoos to Cover Self-Harm Scars
Nickola Koukla is a tattoo artist who started Project New Moon, a non-profit that offers free tattoos to cover scars caused by self-harm. We visited her shop to see what the experience is like for her and one of her clients.
What It Takes to Be a Pro Quarterback
Vernon Adams Jr. is a quarterback with the Montreal Alouettes. He recently started speaking out about mental health and the pressure of being a professional athlete. We went to find out how he trains and to see what it takes to be a pro.
How Do I Know What Career to Pursue?
Is it bad if I don’t smoke weed? How do I know what career to choose? How do I sustain a healthy relationship with someone who is clinically depressed? Has social media affected mental health? Answers in this episode of In Bloom.
Back & Forth
Back and Forth: Olly Alexander & Munroe Bergdorf
Pop music behemoth Olly Alexander hung out with model and activist Munroe Bergdorf to chat about people’s biggest misconceptions, dancing in nightclubs and how to look after your mental health when you’re in the public eye.
VICE Impact Spotlight
SHELTER (Full-Length Documentary)
From Executive Producer Michael K. Williams comes SHELTER: an intimate documentary following a year in the life of homeless youth in New Orleans.
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Therapists are using VR headsets to cure phobias
They aim to cure phobias and addictions by creating immersive experiences designed to expose a patient to "safe space" situations that normally cause anxiety in the real world.
PERFORMANCES: Nitty Scott Raps About Mental Health
"We’re here in Brooklyn outside of John Jay High School where I graduated class of ’09. I ran away to New York City at age 17. I was suicidal, homeless. It was here at this school that I sought help for the first time..."
Courtnie Sings About Being at a Low Point
“It’s important for me to talk about mental health in my work because it’s something a lot of people struggle with, especially people of color."
The Nightmare World of Gang Stalking
VICE met up with a few Americans who claim they're victims of "gang stalking"—an organized surveillance plot at the hands of the government, a secret society, or some other vague group.