In the wake of rising cyber addiction in Indian children, psychiatrists and medical practitioners look to ways for its redressal in the long run.
A UNESCO study finds mental health support to be deeply stigmatized in India’s youth, despite the health crisis wrought by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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To combat compromised adolescent welfare in post-pandemic India, one must look to investment and strong public policy in health, education, and employment.
With the Covid-19 pandemic extracting a heavy price, it’s important to reflect on how India faces mental health challenges in the future.
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With films like ‘Aitrangi Re’ highlighting the importance of mental wellness, legislative and insurance policies are gearing up to address mental health.
Two years into the Covid-19 pandemic in India, its impact on children, adolescents, health-care workers and migrant laborers is still devastating.
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Madurai-based suicide prevention activist Nandini Murali has set up a mental health helpline named ‘SPEAK2US’ to provide support to survivors of suicide attempts and suicide loss.
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During this ongoing pandemic, the new norm of online classes is taking a huge toll on children’s mental and physical well-being.
According to a AMX India study , nearly 58% of Indian professionals reported that they get anxious to constantly check their work emails every few hours since when remote working started.
Three medical institutions in Ranchi have taken an initiative to conduct a door-to-door survey to assess the mental health conditions of covid survivors.
Long period sitting in the weeks following were likely to have higher symptoms of depression.
A recent study reveals that the covid-19 outbreak has pushed many people into the ‘feeling depressed’ zone as the two waves of the pandemic adversely affected numerous lives.
Providing mental health support at the doorstep by the Delhi government during the pandemic.
Sexual harassment at the workplace is one of the most common yet less discussed issues in most work environments.
Nature around home plays a key role in reducing adverse mental health outcomes due to the pandemic and the measures taken to slow the virus.
Researchers performed cell culture lab tests and found that two currently available medications each blocked the production of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
In a recent interview, former first lady Michelle Obama had opened up about depression and how she had struggled with low-grade depression during the Covid-19 pandemic.
People who have been previously infected by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), are less likely to get reinfected by the virus.
A recent study has reported that increased loneliness during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has likely spiked the risk of psychiatric disorders among individuals.
A recent study by a group of researchers has reported that patients with dementia are likely to suffer from an increased risk due to COVID-19.
A recent study was conducted by a group of researchers to investigate the possible reasons resulting in silent hypoxia caused by COVID-19
The Rockefeller University had recently conducted a study to share positive news amidst the pandemic season.
Last year, in the month of December, the University of Washington Health Sciences/UW Medicine had conducted a study to suggest that the Covid-19 viruses could enter the brain.