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Prevalence of suicide among mental health patients

Prevalence of suicide among mental health patients

11 December | 0 Comments | By Rachael

The most irreversible outcome of an untreated mental disorder is suicide. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), suicide is the tenth […]

Depression, anxiety and bone health

Depression, anxiety and bone health

24 November | 0 Comments | By Rachael

There are 206 bones in an adult human body. They perform a wide array of functions ranging from giving shape to the body, providing support […]

Abuse that trigger mental disorders - Part 4: Child abuse increases vulnerability toward mental illness

Abuse that trigger mental disorders – Part 4: Child abuse increases vulnerability toward mental illness

06 September | 0 Comments | By Rachael

Child abuse and maltreatment are linked with serious changes in the brain structure that may lead to severe mental health problems in the future. The exposure […]

Abuse that trigger mental disorders -  Part 3: Effects of rape can go beyond depression

Abuse that trigger mental disorders – Part 3: Effects of rape can go beyond depression

01 September | 0 Comments | By Rachael

“I just want to sleep. A coma would be nice. Or amnesia. Anything, just to get rid of this, these thoughts, whispers in my mind. […]

Abuse that triggers mental disorders - Part 2: Cyberbullying and depression go hand in hand

Abuse that triggers mental disorders – Part 2: Cyberbullying and depression go hand in hand

28 August | 0 Comments | By Rachael

“Technological progress has merely provided us with more efficient means for going backwards.” ― Aldous Huxley, Ends and Means Technology has displayed its dominance over […]

Abuse that triggers mental issues - 1: Different facets of digital abuse after a breakup

Abuse that triggers mental issues – 1: Different facets of digital abuse after a breakup

23 August | 0 Comments | By Rachael

Technology has become an integral part of everyday life. Due to the intrusion of technology in the private domain, there has been a massive increase […]

Impact of climate change on mental health

Impact of climate change on mental health

25 July | 0 Comments | By Rachael

When we talk about the risks associated with climate change, what comes to our minds first is destruction to wildlife, rapid change in weather conditions, […]

Mapping of brain regions reveal differences that spike emotional swings in bipolar patients

Mapping of brain regions reveal differences that spike emotional swings in bipolar patients

17 July | 0 Comments | By Rachael

Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depressive disorder, is a brain disorder that causes unusual changes in mood, energy and activity levels. People suffering from […]

Civic service helps war veterans readjust to civilian life, says study

Civic service helps war veterans readjust to civilian life, says study

09 May | 0 Comments | By Rachael

“Ours not to reason why, ours but to do and die,” the line from famous poem “The Charge of the Light Brigade” by Alfred Lord […]

Brain scans of newborns can reveal early signs of anxiety and depression, finds study

Brain scans of newborns can reveal early signs of anxiety and depression, finds study

17 April | 0 Comments | By Rachael

Childhood is a stage when a child is experiencing multiple things for the first time; some of these can have a long-lasting impact on his/her […]