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Teens with anxiety, depression may benefit from peer support leaders, confidants at school

"Peers may provide valuable support for fellow teens struggling with emotional issues because they can relate to each other," says Mott Poll Co-Director Sarah Clark, MPH

Published on 18th January 2021
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Education Minister Pokhriyal to Kendriya Vidyalaya students: Don't worry about travelling to exam centres, concentrate on studies

Pokhriyal went live to speak to the students of Kendriya Vidyalayas across the country on January 18. This time he did not live from his office but from Kendriya Vidyalaya Andrews Ganj in Delhi 

Published on 18th January 2021
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COVID-19 pandemic induced food inadequacy is connected to depression: Study

Researchers found that receipt of free groceries or meals alleviated some of the mental health burdens of food insufficiency

Published on 16th January 2021
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Discrimination ups anxiety risk regardless of genetics, says new study

To gain insight on the connection, the research team used data from a national probability sample of nearly 1,500 non-institutionalised, all English-speaking adults between 25 to 74 years in age

Published on 15th January 2021
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Here's how this Bengal organisation is changing the lives of abandoned mentally ill women 

A View is a collective effort of medical professionals and social workers which provides not just psychiatric care but also helps them build a normal life

Published on 12th January 2021
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COVID-19 healthcare workers at risk for mental health problems: Study

For the study, the researchers surveyed 571 healthcare workers, including 473 emergency responders (firefighters, police, EMTs) and 98 hospital staff (doctors, nurses)

Published on 13th January 2021
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Cancel CBSE Board Exams 2021: Students run online petition citing inadequate online classes, mental health concerns

Students have argued that online classes were not enough to prepare them for the board exams and thus they seek complete cancellation of the 2021 CBSE board examinations

Published on 13th January 2021
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Researchers suggest that a walk in the park may help mitigate work-related stress

The study found stronger Sense of Coherence among people who regularly took walks in forests or greenspaces

Published on 13th January 2021
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Liverpool University students seek extention of deadlines, mental health support due to pandemic

Bailey, who helped set up a COVID-19 support group for students, said the petition was started to help students gain a safety net as well as extended deadlines and more mental health support

Published on 10th January 2021
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Focusing on diversion yields positive results for youth with behavioural issues: Study

Those findings are from a new detailed evaluation of the Ohio Behavioral Health Juvenile Justice Initiative by researchers at the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences

Published on 9th January 2021
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CLAT 2021 postponed to June 13 to avoid clash with CBSE exams: Higher anxiety levels, uncertain about their future say students

The decision to postpone the CLAT exam was taken during the meeting of the Executive Committee of the Consortium of National Law Universities held on January 6

Published on 8th January 2021
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For kids with behavioural issues, focusing on diversion yields positive results: Study

The key conclusion: Many youthful offenders can benefit from community-based diversion programmes designed to address mental health

Published on 5th January 2021
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Twenty more people in India test positive for the UK strain of the Coronavirus

The situation is under careful watch and regular advice is being provided to the States for enhanced surveillance, containment, testing and dispatch of samples to INSACOG labs

Published on 5th January 2021
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Hindi poetry flows straight from the heart of this 27-year-old Hyderabadi. This is how she charms with words

"I might not be able to change the world with what I write, but if people understand what I am trying to say, it's enough," says Srujana Satyavada. This is how she go around to writing Hindi poetry 

Published on 5th January 2021
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Researchers to add computer simulations to cognitive testing methods to identify ADHD in kids

According to researchers from Ohio State University, for ADHD, however, these cognitive tests often don't capture the complexity of symptoms

Published on 3rd January 2021

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