mental health

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The VICE Guide To Right Now
4:40

What Binge Watching Does To Your Brain

Lee explains what binging does to your brain.
48 Hours With: Mental Health
13:00

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.
All In Her Head / web
5:57

I Went Blind Before Doctors Took My Disease Seriously

Women with chronic illnesses are often misdiagnosed with anxiety, depression, or hypochondria instead of receiving the treatment they need. This is Beatrice’s story.
Tonic Shorties
3:36

How Weightlifting Changed Drag Star Kameron Michaels’ Life

RuPaul's Drag Race Star 'Bodybuilder Barbie,' also known as Kameron Michaels, sits down with Tonic to talk about how working out changed his career.
MISTER TACHYON S1 EP8
22:33

Can Mother Nature Heal Us?

Tachyon explores the potential of Mother Nature to clean up and change our world.
MISTER TACHYON / Clip
5:21

Saving The Environment With Tornados and Lightning

Mister Tachyon investigates if using elements of natural phenomena can undo manmade damage.
In Bloom
5:32

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.
MISTER TACHYON S1 EP3
22:33

Can Sound Heal?

Tachyon explores the idea that sound can heal our bodies and minds.
Profiles by VICE
10:14

The Artist with Multiple Personalities

Kim Noble is a painter with dissociative identity disorder – and she uses art to understand her multiple personalities.
VICE Impact Spotlight
1:20:48

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.
VICE News Tonight on HBO
4:48

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.
VICE Labs S1 EP307
1:00

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..."
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