Children with controlling "helicopter parents" are more likely to be depressed

Children with controlling 'helicopter parents' are more likely to be depressed The overbearing parenting style – where parents hover children – affects their ability to get on with others Children who feel they have no autonomy also more likely to be depressed, say the U.S.

Some mentally ill patients may be unlawfully detained due to errors in medical records

Some mentally ill patients may be unlawfully detained due to errors in medical records 4% of sectioned patients have 'irregularities' in their records, meaning they could be unlawfully detainedThe number of people detained under the Mental Health Act rose 5% last year to 48,600Concerns that patients are not informed of their right to see a lawyer or independent mental health advocate , 4 per cent contained mistakes which called the legality of their detention into question.