A new ARCH Lab paper entitled, “Major depressive disorder, suicidal behaviour, bipolar disorder, and generalised anxiety disorder among emerging adults with and without chronic health conditions” was recently published in Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences. Findings from this population-based study showed that lifetime prevalence of these mental disorders was significantly higher for individuals with chronic health conditions compared with healthy controls. Level of disability or pain did not modify, or augment, the associations between chronic health conditions and mental disorder. However, exploratory analyses suggested that the levels of disability and pain mediate the association between chronic health conditions and mental disorder. Findings point to the integration and coordination of public sectors—health, education and social services—to facilitate the prevention and reduction of mental disorder among emerging adults with chronic health conditions.