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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
Positive memories may help treat anxiety and depression, find researchers

Apr 21, 2016

Positive memories may help treat anxiety and depression, find researchers

Savouring positive memories and images is likely to generate positive emotions that can be effective in treating individuals with anxiety or depression, #NewsTracker #Health #Mental health #Happiness #depression #anxiety #FHealth
Yoga alone may not solve trauma-linked mental health problems: Study

Mar 10, 2016

Yoga alone may not solve trauma-linked mental health problems: Study

While there are some benefits to using yoga, there is not yet enough evidence to support the practice as a standalone solution for improving mental health #NewsTracker #Health #Yoga #Mental health #trauma #FHealth
Dementia is set to rapidly escalate in India but awareness remains low

Dec 26, 2015

Dementia is set to rapidly escalate in India but awareness remains low

India has a serious and growing problem with dementia, but it it is neglected due to various reasons, the main one being a lack of awareness. #India #ConnectTheDots #Dementia #Mental health #Alzheimer’s & Related Disorders Society of India #Swapna Kishore