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New Research Unlocks a Critical Resource for People Who Are Suicidal: Personal Essays
New research from Harvard – made possible with help from The Mighty’s community – found that not only can reading stories written by people who’ve experienced suicidal thoughts and attempts make those who are struggling feel less alone, it might actually decrease their desire to die. These stories could actually help people who are suicidal.
The Mighty's Bipolar Disorder Survey Findings
The Mighty recently conducted a survey of our bipolar community to look at how managing bipolar disorder can affect daily life. Findings demonstrate the particular impact bipolar can have on work, school, and social and family life.
Matt Michelson, Ph.D., Named President of The Mighty
Dr. Michelson is a pioneer in the emerging field of Real World Evidence (RWE) and has led organizations focused on artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning for nearly a decade.
Mighty CEO Named a Top Consumer HealthTech Exec of 2021
The Mighty CEO and Founder Mike Porath was named to the "The Healthcare Technology Report's The Top 25 Consumer HealthTech Executives of 2021."
Jannsen Partners With The Mighty On A PAH Community
Janssen teamed up with The Mighty to create a community illustrating connections between doctors and PAH patients.
How to Thrive When Everything Feels Terrible
The Mighty CEO Mike Porath and Georgetown Professor Christine Porath write about research that shows that we can protect ourselves from the damaging effects of toxicity by taking steps to ensure we are “thriving," for Harvard Business Review.
Mike Porath Profiled on Vox.com
The Mighty CEO and Founder Mike Porath is profiled by Vox.com about the inspiration to create a global health community.