10 of the most important things we learned about mental health this year
Approximately one in five adults in the US — 43.8 million — experiences mental illness in a given year, according to The National Alliance on Mental Illness. That being said, it's no surprise that each and every year researchers put time and enormous amounts of money into tackling the growing mental health crisis.
It seems in 2018, much of their hard work paid off — around the world researchers crumbled myths and opened new doors as they aimed to better comprehend the complicated world of invisible illnesses.
This story highlights 10 of the most important things we learned about mental health in 2018. GMB faculty member Dr. Peng Jin is mentioned in this story.