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Exposure To Air Pollution May Affect Mental Health in Future

New research adds to the growing body of evidence that higher exposure to air pollution may affect mental health later in life. In a study...

Nearly Two-Third Of The People In US Have Depression Who Don’t Seek Treatment

Nearly two-third (61 percent) of the people in the US aged 65 or more, who have concerns about having depression, will not seek treatment,...

Sleep Deprivation Leading to Greater Anxiety Risk

Getting only half a night's sleep hijacks the brain's ability to unlearn fear-related memories, which might put people at greater risk of conditions such...

Depression During COVID Due to Job Insecurity

Researchers have found a strong association between employment insecurity and common symptoms of anxiety and depression among young adults due to COVID-19. The study, published...

Mental Health Issues During COVID Pandemic

The lockdown witnessed an increase in the number of cases of substance use like alcohol, nicotine, sleep disturbances, anxiety episodes, depressive symptoms, and more,...

New Device to Sample Earwax Measures Stress Level

A team of researchers has developed a novel device to sample earwax that can also measure levels of stress in your life, paving the...

Women Experience Depression Even After 3 Years of Giving Birth

Researchers have found that approximately one in four women experienced high levels of depressive symptoms at some point in the three years after giving...

12% Front-Line Workers Experiencing PTSD Even After a Year of Pandemic

Almost a quarter of health-care workers (23.4 per cent) experienced post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms during the most acute phase of the previous pandemic...

Depression, Anxiety in Pregnant Women Linked to Increased Asthma Risk in Kids

Researchers have found that depression and anxiety in moms-to-be is linked to a heightened risk of asthma and poorer lung function in their 10-year-old...

Tips on How to Keep Mental Health in Check Through Positive Life Habits

By Puja Gupta The truth is that our body and mind are not separate identities, they are one. Our mind is our subtle self while...

World Mental Health Day: Simple Ways to Overcome Pandemic Fear & Anxiety

As the Covid-19 has led to rise in mental health issues, experts have suggested some simple ways to overcome fear and anxiety about the...

Individuals at Depression Risk Listen More to Sad Songs: Study

A study of music consumption through streaming platforms has revealed that individuals at risk of depression found listening more to music tagged with sadness. They...

Key Protein Identified to Make Depression and Anxiety Drugs

Researchers have identified a protein in the brain that is important both for the function of the mood-regulating substance serotonin and for the release...

Yoga and Meditation to Benefit Patients with Chronic Pain, Depression

Mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) course -- yoga and meditation-- was found to benefit patients with chronic pain and depression, leading to significant improvement in...

Excessive Social Media Use Linked with Depression Amid Pandemic

In a major study, researchers have found that the excessive use of social media for Covid-19 health information is related to both depression and...

Even Low Alcohol Consumption During Pregnancy Can Impact Child’s Brain Development

Researchers have found that even low levels of alcohol consumption during pregnancy can have an impact on a child's brain development. The study, published in...

Using Weighted Chain Blankets May Improve Sleep of Insomnia Patients

Using weighted chain blankets may lead to better sleep maintenance, a higher daytime activity level, and reduced symptoms of fatigue, depression and anxiety among...

Depression Among COVID Patients can Defeat the Mission

BY SALIL GEWALI When uncertainty and worries come calling, the body's immune system crashes. But contrastingly, one believes, COVID-19 is fought only with better immunity....

Depression Needs to be Treated Like Any Other Illness: Gulshan Devaiah

Actor Gulshan Devaiah says the problem with accepting depression as a disease is that a lot of people consider it to be a state...

People With PTSD Are Twice As Likely To Develop Dementia

People who have experienced post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are up to twice as likely to develop dementia later in life, warn researchers. For the study,...

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The World Meteorological Organization reports greenhouse gas emissions in the atmosphere continue to reach record levels despite COVID-19 lockdowns. The WMO has just released its annual Greenhouse Gas...

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