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Evidence shows young people's anxiety levels doubled during Covid-19 lockdown

Researchers also found that anxiety levels continued to remain high even when lockdown restrictions were eased in June and thus a similar situation may be expected this winter

Published on 25th November 2020
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Study reveals sleep loss hijacks brain's activity during learning

The study appears in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, published by Elsevier

Published on 11th November 2020
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Study reveals sleep loss hijacks the brain's activity during the learning

Partially sleep-deprived individuals might be especially vulnerable to fear-related conditions such as posttraumatic stress disorder or anxiety, according to a new research

Published on 11th November 2020
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COVID-19 can trigger OCD in kids and young people, says psychiatric study

The study, published in the journal BMC Psychiatry, also shown us that Covid-19 may be associated with adults developing psychiatric disorders

Published on 10th November 2020
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A fulfilling life is in everyone's reach, mental illness cannot be the barrier: Bipolar India's Vijay Nallawala

As someone who has been living with bipolar disorder all his life, Vijay Nallawala is best positioned to tell us about the condition, how he overcame his mental illness and a lot more

Published on 10th October 2020
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Goa child rights commission organises series of webinars to create awareness amid COVID-19

On October 3, 2020, a webinar would be organised on the topic of mental well-being of children during COVID -19

Published on 2nd October 2020
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Anindya Kar's Insta page is the History lesson we all need on the LGBTQIA+ community in India. Check it out

Dr Anindya Kar's Instagram handle documents India's LGBTQIA+ history, so that the queer community can take pride in their culture

Published on 26th September 2020
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Anxiety, depression cases on high, priority must be given to mental health care facilities: Study

The study was conducted by Rural PREP (Collaborative for Rural Primary care Research, Education and Practice)

Published on 20th September 2020
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Losing their pets trigger mental health issues in kids, finds Massachusetts General Hospital study

The study, published in the journal European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, found that the strong emotional attachment of youngsters to pets might result in measurable psychological distress

Published on 11th September 2020
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WFH destroys work-life balance, affects mental health: Expert

Murali Rao, Chairman, Department of Psychiatry and Behavorial Neurosciences, Loyola University Medical Centre in Chicago, said that WFH has destroyed personal boundaries

Published on 26th August 2020
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Study suggests social connection is strongest protective factor for depression

Researchers have identified a set of modifiable factors from a field of over 100 that could represent valuable targets for preventing depression in adults

Published on 22nd August 2020
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Why we need more mental health professionals: Discussing job opportunities for psychology students

More than 400 participants registered and attended the programme via Google Meet Hangout ad Facebook Live

Published on 21st August 2020
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6 suicides in 2 months at AIIMS, director urges students, doctors to reach out for help

Over the last two months, the premier institute in the capital city has seen six suicides, including that of three doctors

Published on 18th August 2020
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Child sleep problems can lead to impaired academic and psychosocial functioning

The findings, which were published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, suggest health care providers should screen children for sleep problems at every age and intervene early

Published on 4th August 2020
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Study reveals how renegade protein interrupts brain cell function in Alzheimer's disease

Led by researchers from NYU Grossman School of Medicine, the new study analysed the makeup of such tangles and found 12 proteins that they say have not before been tied to both tau and Alzheimer's 

Published on 28th July 2020

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