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How Karan Johar, Deepika Padukone made the conversation about depression cool

Sep 27, 2016

How Karan Johar, Deepika Padukone made the conversation about depression cool

Or why Deepika Padukone, Karan Johar, Honey Singh, and any other individual who speaks up about mental illness and contributes to an open, informed conversation about it, deserves not just understanding, but also appreciation #Karan Johar #Deepika Padukone #Mental health #mental illness #bipolar disorder #Yo Yo Honey Singh #Deepika Padukone depression #Shama Sikander #Karan Johar depression
India needs to develop a strategy for training human resources for mental healthcare

Sep 13, 2016

India needs to develop a strategy for training human resources for mental healthcare

The emergence of suicide prevention as a public health challenge requiring urgent national action has been painfully slow globally. #CriticalPoint #WHO #Mental health #Healthcare #suicide #World Health Organisation #Mental Health bill #suicide prevent
Mental Health Care Bill: A much-needed reform that still has a long way to go

Aug 13, 2016

Mental Health Care Bill: A much-needed reform that still has a long way to go

The largely-neglected field of mental health finally got some much-needed attention with the passage of the Mental Health Care Bill. #Lok Sabha #Mental health #parliament #mental illness #Mental Health Care Bill #FWeekend #BodyAndSoul
Lack of medicines, patient privacy and support: Why is India not helping the mentally ill?

Jul 16, 2016

Lack of medicines, patient privacy and support: Why is India not helping the mentally ill?

India can no longer afford to let the burden of mental ill health continue to grow unchecked, we need to enable our disabled people to live an 'able' life. #India #Mental health #Disability #physically challenged #FWeekend #BodyAndSoul
South Sudan's conflict devastated mental health: Amnesty International

Jul 06, 2016

South Sudan's conflict devastated mental health: Amnesty International

The conflict in South Sudan was characterised by widespread atrocities including mass killings, rape and torture, Amnesty said. #Civil War #Mental health #Amnesty International #South Sudan #Salva Kiir #BodyAndSoul
Social networking makes more women smartphone addicts than men: study

May 30, 2016

Social networking makes more women smartphone addicts than men: study

For many women, the addiction to their smartphones has gone beyond simple hobbies to have reached a stage adversely affecting their mental health. #facebook #HowThisWorks #smartphones #Social network service #Mental health #Women #Men #Instagram #Addiction #Chang Jae-yeon #Ajou University
Self-harm is leading cause of death among adolescents, reveals new study

May 10, 2016

Self-harm is leading cause of death among adolescents, reveals new study

A report published by the Lancet Commission on adolescent health and well-being reveals that problems with the greatest significance are related to mental health, inclusive self-harm and suicide. #Mental health #Healthcare #suicide #death toll #Kota #Adolescence #Shareworthy
Drawing pictures can help you enhance your memory

Apr 25, 2016

Drawing pictures can help you enhance your memory

Drawing things that need to be remembered may help you more than when you write them, finds an interesting study. #NewsTracker #Health #Memory #Mental health #drawing #FHealth #memory problems