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Pregnant Women Can be at Increased Risk for Severe COVID-19 Illness

Pregnant women might be at increased risk for severe COVID-19 illness, according to a report byf the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...

Covid-19 puts 243 Million Adolescents at Risk

Adolescence is a critical period in the life of an individual when one acquires knowledge and develops cognitive skills which are critical to the...

WHO “Especially Concerned” About Impact of COVID-19

The World Health Organization (WHO) said it is "especially concerned" about the impact of COVID-19 on women, children and adolescents as per COVID-19 Information...

Heart Health Guide for All Age Groups

BY SIDDHI JAIN Heart diseases are one of the leading causes of ill health and mortality in India, but with some precaution, keeping your heart...

Here’s Why Weight-Oriented Bullying Can Increase Alcohol Consumption Risk in Adolescents

Adolescents bullied about their weight or body shape are more likely to use alcohol or marijuana than others, according to a new study. According to...

Climate Change Poses a Threat to the Health of Children

Many wealthy nations are letting the world's younger generations down by failing to curb planet-warming emissions, a U.N.-backed report said Wednesday, warning climate change...

Excessive Use Of Smartphone Leads to Mental Distress Among Adolescents: Study

Using smartphone for long hours every day may do you more harm than you can probably think of. Researchers have found that spending a...

Higher Poverty Associated with Increased Youth Suicide Risk: Researchers

Researchers have revealed that adolescents living in poverty may be at greater risk of suicide, particularly by firearms. According to the study, suicide in children...

Researchers Develop New Tool to Predict Depression Among Adolescents

Researchers have developed a predictive tool that can recognise adolescents who are at high or low risk of depression in young adulthood. Published in the...

Here’s how MRI may Predict Intelligence Level in Children

Researchers have used ensemble methods based on deep learning 3D analysis networks to answer the global Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) prevision challenge for children. Importantly,...

Researchers Associate Social Media Use to Eating Disorder in Adolescents

Parents, take a note. Researchers have found that excessive use of social media, particularly platforms with a strong focus on image posting and viewing...

Research: Obese Adolescents More Likely to Experience Bullying

Researchers have found that obese adolescents are not only significantly more likely to experience bullying, but chances of them being perpetrators are also higher,...

Study Reveals, Screen Time Before Bed May Not Effect Well-Being in Adolescents

Spending time online, gaming or watching TV, especially before bedtime, may not damage young people's mental health, finds a new research challenging previous notions...

Early Exposure To Alcohol Can Increases The Risk For Anxiety Later in Life

Are you a heavy drinker? Take note. Alcohol exposure early has lasting effects on the brain and increases the risk of anxiety in adulthood,...

Mother’s Lifestyle Choices Linked to Obesity Risk in Adolescents

Adolescents whose mothers follow a healthy diet, exercise regularly, and refrain from smoking may be 75 per cent less likely to develop obesity, according...

Social media use may affect teenagers’ real life relationship

Even as effects of social media use on mental well-being is hotly debated, a new study says that spending too much time online can...

It’s Not What it Looks Like! Today’s Teenagers Growing up Slowly

New York, Sep 19, 2017: Contrary to popular perception, today’s teenagers are actually growing up more slowly than their predecessors, with 18-year-olds now behaving...

Mannequins promoting ‘dangerously thin’ and unrealistic body ideal, can be dangerous for Young Adults

London, May 3, 2017: Don't go by the body size of fashion store mannequins for they are "too thin" and promote unrealistic body ideals...

Adolescents suffering Trauma and Stress likely to Impair Ability to recognise Facial Expressions

New York, Feb 21, 2017: Adolescents suffering from trauma and stress are likely to have impairment in the ability to recognise facial expressions that...

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People Opting for Domestic Trips Post-Pandemic

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eRaksha Competition 2020: Creating Cyber Awareness Among Youth

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The Roots of the Conflict in South Asia and the Escalation of Tensions

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