The cover has now been pulled from newsstands and Vogue Portugal apologised for any offence caused by the photoshoot.
Three in four pregnant women or those who have recently given birth have suffered with anxiety during the pandemic.
The "Saturday Night Live" star also addressed the death of his firefighter father on September 11.
Alison Brie talks about her struggle with body dysmorphia and depression, and how training for the show 'GLOW' has changed her forever.
The 45-year-old singer gets candid about her postpartum experience and the empathy she has for moms everywhere.
The Kennedy family says that Saoirse Kennedy Hill didn't party before her untimely death.
The WHO describes burn-out as “chronic workplace stress that has not been successfully managed."
Researchers are now calling for a standardised method of assessing women’s feelings towards their changing bodies during pregnancy.
Jack Osbourne, son of rock legend Ozzy Osbourne, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at 26 years old. He shares his highs and lows with having the disease.
As the actress revealed on the new episode of the "Phil in the Blanks" podcast, she began dealing with depression several years after she was cast.
Lynne Spears has shared an encouraging post about fighting depression on Instagram.
"Food was how I dealt with every emotion, whether happy, sad, anxious, angry or scared," says Hannah Legg. After reaching 300 pounds, she decided to get healthy and lose the excess weight.
“Two years into my abusive relationship I resorted to self-harm. When my abuser would threaten or attack me, I cut my wrist as a way to disarm him."
The "Sorry" singer has been open about how he is battling depression and anxiety, most recently in Vogue.
Jordan Halane was found unconscious in his classroom by another teacher and was rushed to a local hospital, where he later died. No student was present, and Halane's classroom was not directly accessible to students.
"This isn’t a mood — this is a state of mind that carries over days, sometimes weeks, and sometimes, in really bad cases, doesn’t stop."