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PTSD can be Seen Through Your Eyes

Researchers have found that the patient's eyes can reveal if they suffered a traumatic experience in the past. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) can occur when...

This is Why Human Memory Can’t Recall Familiar Names at Times

Most of us know that feeling of trying to retrieve a memory that does not come right away and neuroscientists have now identified different...

Can Obligation Affect Relationship During Social Distancing? Find it Out Here

Does a sense of obligation -- from checking on parents to running an errand for an elderly neighbour - benefit or harm a relationship...

Babies Born in Urban Areas Are Less Fussy: Study

Researchers have found that babies from rural families tend to display negative emotions such as anger and frustration more frequently than their urban counterparts. The...

Here’s why You Should Let Your Babies “Cry it Out”

Should you let your babies "cry it out" or rush to their side? Researchers have found that leaving an infant to 'cry it out'...

People of All Generation Can Feel Lonely for Different Reasons: Research

People of different generations are equally lonely, but for different reasons, say health and lifestyle researchers, adding that living alone increases the risk of...

Air Pollution May Affect Physical and Psychological Health: Study

Air pollution may affect our physical and psychological health in the long run as researchers have found that the children who are exposed to...

Peer Victimisation May Lead to Risky Health Behaviours: Researchers

Researchers have found that peer victimisation is associated with adverse psychological and behavioural problems, including depression and risky health behaviours, such as substance use...

Study Shows That Childhood Friendships Can be Affected by Negative Parenting

Negative features of parenting, such as depression and psychological control, increasing the risk of breaking up childhood friendships, finds a study. The results showed that...

Do You Only Experience Happiness, Sadness, Anger, Surprise, Fear and Disgust? Not Anymore! Researchers Discover 27 Different States of Human Emotions

Berkeley, September 11, 2017 : A new study challenges a long-held assumption in psychology that most human emotions fall within the universal categories of happiness,...

Obsession with the term ‘food Porn’ : How it has become an Industry on Social Media!

Food Porn has become quite a popular trend over the last few years The two terms- food and porn, enable us to respond...

Movies create Dull Brains or Creative Genius? Let’s Find Out!

November 11, 2016: Movies have become a very prominent and important source of entertainment. There has been a tremendous increase in movie releases in...

Do we ritualise death to quell our own Sorrows and Anxieties?

Veneration of the dead is one of the integral parts of religious practices all over the world The earliest evidence of burial comes...

Sensitisation over despondency: Having a mentally disabled kid

By Sreyashi Mazumdar New Delhi: Wading through the tumultuous reveries of life, a 28-year-old decided to give up; she couldn't bear the pangs of her...

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Tips to Help you Combat Oral Health Issues

By Puja Gupta Foul breath can be a very embarrassing, putting one in an uncomfortable position. With a little bit of care, this common condition...

WhatsApp Launches ‘Search the Web’ Option to Cross-Check Forwarded Messages

WhatsApp has launched a new 'Search the Web' option that will enable users to check information shared to them via a forwarded message. The 'Search...

Early Blood Test Can Detect Baby Brain Damage Just Hours After Birth

Researchers, including one of Indian origin, have found that an early blood test could detect which babies deprived of oxygen at birth are at...

Lockdown ‘Significantly Raised’ Mental Health Challenges: Researchers

Coronavirus and the imposition of lockdown this year 'significantly raised' mental health challenges, particularly so for the most vulnerable groups, say researchers. The study, published...