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Child's home environment can impact the risk of developing depression

Generally, the children in adopted homes showed lower risk, but whatever the setting, episodes of major depression in the parents meant the children were more susceptible to depression themselves

Published on 28th April 2020
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Shaken and stirred: How India's economy can claw itself back in a post-COVID world

The report has the projections for only the major economies and does not include its analysis for individual countries or regions. The report said that the priority should be to contain COVID-19

Published on 18th April 2020
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New study links genetics to childhood emotional, social and psychiatric problems

The results indicate there are shared genetic factors that affect a range of psychiatric and related traits across a person's lifespan

Published on 17th April 2020
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The Lockdown Squad from Odisha is here to drive all those quarantine blues away. Here's how  

Organised by Bhubaneswar Me, the Lockdown Squad will engage you with meaningful and engaging content that will make this lockdown period seem worthwhile. Here's what you can expect from the sessions 

Published on 17th April 2020
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Extended lock-down could create additional risks for older people’s health

Loneliness and social isolation are linked to poor health and often prematurely force older people into rest homes, a study said

Published on 16th April 2020
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Psychologists to counsel quarantined people in UP's Prayagraj

Dr Ishanya Raj and Dr Ajay Kumar Mishra from the Divisional Hospital have been assigned to deal with Corona issues

Published on 14th April 2020
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Varsities to directly contact students by phone, email and social media amid COVID-19 lockdown

Students are also being made aware of the Coronavirus and the situation arising because of this. COVID-19 support groups have been formed for the students living in hostels

Published on 7th April 2020
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How Ms Alwar's illustrations on Instagram can help you  handle your mental health during the COVID-19 lockdown

Sangeetha Alwar believes that people should be allowed to cope with the outbreak and its after-effects in their own way without being pressurised to do too much

Published on 2nd April 2020
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I serve because I must: An Indian Physician Assistant in New York talks about how COVID-19 has flipped life on its head 

Keren Mariam Paul, a physician assistant says that there is a concern of running out of intensive care facility, among other things

Published on 28th March 2020
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Psychologists to study mental health and social impacts of COVID-19

The psychologists also hope to understand how these changes are related to appropriate changes in health-related behaviour

Published on 25th March 2020
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Snapchat is rolling out mental help tool for people who need help during COVID-19 quarantine

Snapchat introduced the mental health support earlier than initially planned to support people who are in isolation or quarantine following the Coronavirus outbreak

Published on 21st March 2020
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Poor quality sleep at an early age can lead to depression, anxiety among toddlers: Study

A study published at the University of Birmingham, UK finds that emotional and behavioural problems in childhood are linked with irregular sleeping pattern in infancy

Published on 11th March 2020
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Average age in which teens start using drugs rise, finds study

Those who reported using heroin or cocaine for the first time had an average age of just over 17 in 2004, which had risen to about 18 for heroin and close to 19 for cocaine by 2017

Published on 3rd March 2020
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Why Adeeb Rais' Baatein is the definitive short film on the growing Indian generation gap

Director Adeeb Rais speaks about his short film, Baatein and why loves to shoot them. He also tells us about his upcoming project and what can people expect from them 

Published on 1st March 2020
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If you're obsessively examining, editing your selfies, you have a problem

The study analysed the selfie-taking habits of 278 teenage girls, ages 14 to 17, who completed an online survey in which they answered questions about selfies

Published on 20th February 2020

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