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#RestInPeace: Dr Sarada Menon, India's first female psychiatrist, dies at 98

A Padma Bhushan awardee, she was also the founder of SCARF (Schizophrenia Research and Care Foundation), a WHO-recognised organisation for the rehabilitation of the mentally ill

Published on 6th December 2021
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Menstruation in a muttuthurai: Why young women in these Tamil Nadu villages dread getting their period every month

Imagine being asked to move into an isolated room where every other woman in your village is forced to stay for the length of their period. That's what it feels like for women in these villages

Published on 13th November 2021
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Why mental health and wellbeing deserves a little more attention during the pandemic

Lockdown restrictions on social and leisure activity, social-distancing practices meant that for many people, increased isolation has been inevitable and serious

Published on 19th October 2021
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What happened on October 10: World Mental Health Day comes around. Plus, Nazi atrocities beyond the Jews

It's World Mental Health Day today. Also, here's why Jews weren't the only victims mercilessly slain by the Nazis

Published on 10th October 2021
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All students who have appeared for NEET will receive mental health counselling: Ma Subramanian

He said that 1,10,971 students in Tamil Nadu appeared for the exam, and of them, 80 per cent have already spoken to a team of 333 professionals at least once

Published on 26th September 2021
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New study throws light on differences in susceptibility to social isolation and its impact on mental health

The research aimed to understand the brain mechanisms through which isolation affects people's social motivation and mental health — a growing concern during the COVID-19 pandemic

Published on 3rd September 2021
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Spike in suicides amid pandemic in Nepal; social isolation deteriorating mental health

Worsening psycho-socio factors due to the pandemic led to more people dying by suicide, according to experts

Published on 19th August 2021
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This Chennai student's mental health app can help you relieve anxiety and stress with the help of AI. Here's how

Nithika N won the HCL Jigsaw competition (Grade 8 category) for her idea to develop an app that helps de-stress and relieve anxiety among those working or studying online

Published on 18th August 2021
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This start-up is ensuring accessibility for sex education to all. Check it out

Sex education has come a long way from being a hush-hush session on the 'birds and the bees'. Here's a young sexuality educator who aims to deliver Comprehensive Sexuality Education in the vernacular

Published on 17th August 2021
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#ThrowbackToday: The legacy of laughter left behind by actor Robin Williams

In today's #TBT, we remember American actor and comedian Robin Williams for all the times he made us laugh and reminded us that, "You're only given a little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it."

Published on 11th August 2021
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Study finds that children of heavy drinkers are at risk of mental health disorders

The study suggests that these children are more at risk of adverse experiences, including mental health disorders, hospitalisations and criminal behaviour

Published on 5th August 2021
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This AI chatbot by Class 11 students will help teens deal with mental stress. Here's how

The AI chatbot provides a platform to teenagers to discuss their mental health issues. We find out more

Published on 5th July 2021
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Peer counselling made easy with the help of this NIT Agartala student's web-based therapy portal

Web-based portal Find Hope gives you several reasons to hold on to that elusive feeling of hope, even when it feels like you are completely down and out. This is how students can make the most of it

Published on 30th June 2021
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Psychologists urge parents to engage kids to prevent anxiety, depression during the pandemic

While the the first wave of the pandemic did not affect children much, during the second wave children in sizeable numbers were affected by the disease

Published on 17th June 2021
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Keep the positive vibes coming to banish all COVID-induced gloom 

They might have started off as safety regulations but actions like washing our hands often and wearing a mask have turned into habits at this point. We probably don’t even need reminders for that

Published on 16th June 2021

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