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Is everybody doing okay amid the pandemic? US researchers ask social media
World

Is everybody doing okay amid the pandemic? US researchers ask social media

Though the answer is not a perfect representation of the national mental health, analysis of Twitter data shows an uptick in signs of sadness, anxiety, depression, stress, and suicidal thoughts as compared to 2019

Coronavirus is causing a rise in psychological suffering, govts and health authorities need to address these issues
science

Coronavirus is causing a rise in psychological suffering, govts and health authorities need to address these issues

The UN called for the widespread availability of emergency mental health and psychological support during the pandemic.

Coronavirus-related or otherwise, here's why working from home is highly overrated
World

Coronavirus-related or otherwise, here's why working from home is highly overrated

Research found the ideal amount of work-from-home time is 1 1/2 days per week — enough to participate in office culture along with time for work.

Football clubs should help stressed fans chill out with light-hearted videos, deep breathing techniques: Report
Sports

Football clubs should help stressed fans chill out with light-hearted videos, deep breathing techniques: Report

With football games coming thick and fast in Europe’s big leagues, research published in the Oxford Study has shown that watching from the stands can result in dangerous levels of stress, raised blood pressure and increased risks of suffering a heart attack.

World Mental Health Day: How much do you know about India's mental health? Take our quiz
India

World Mental Health Day: How much do you know about India's mental health? Take our quiz

Every year, 10 October is celebrated globally as World Health Day, with an aim to promote global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. Take this quiz to check how well aware you are about the mental health of the nation

Beware! Social media addiction can cause FOMO
Life

Beware! Social media addiction can cause FOMO

Psychologists also pointed out that socialisation was a factor for developing FOMO - though social media helps one remain in touch with other people.

Suarez can stop biting, but it will require tremendous effort: Psychologists
Sports

Suarez can stop biting, but it will require tremendous effort: Psychologists

Luis Suarez can learn to stop biting opponents but it will not be a quick or easy process, senior psychologists have said following the Uruguay striker's bite on the shoulder of Italy defender Giorgio Chiellini at the World Cup.