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Mental Health

January 20, 2021

Conflict between divorced parents can lead to mental health problems in children, study finds

Mental Health

Children who are witness to conflict between separated to divorced parents are more vulnerable to develop physical and mental health problems, suggests a recent study. According to study from the Arizona State University Research and Education Advancing Children’s Health (REACH) Institute, children who happen to see their separated or divorced parents engaging in conflict tend…

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January 19, 2021

“COVID-19 Takes a Significant Psychological Toll on Students across the United States,” Says Study

Mental Health

45 percent of students across the seven universities in the country reported high risk of psychological impacts. Students at seven public universities across the United States were found vulnerable to negative psychological effects related to the COVID-19 pandemic. According to a survey, published in the journal PLOS ONE, these college students were battling significant mental…

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January 18, 2021

Teens Unhappy with Physical Appearance Are Vulnerable to Develop Depression in Early Adulthood

Depression Mental Health

50 to 285 percent of increased risk by the age of 18 Boys are at higher risk.  Teens who didn’t like the way they look had 50 to 285 percent higher risk of developing depression in early adulthood, suggested a recent study published in the Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. It was found that boys…

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10 Self-help tips to overcome depression during COVID pandemic

August 26, 2020

10 Self-help tips to overcome depression during COVID pandemic

Depression Mental Health

Under trying times as the current pandemic, it is no wonder that mood disorders and depression are on the rise. While low-grade depression is common enough, with even the former first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, falling prey to it, the plight of those with a severe or chronic depression or mood disorder…

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Coping with postpartum depression induced by inability to breastfeed during COVID pandemic

August 18, 2020

Coping with postpartum depression induced by inability to breastfeed during COVID pandemic

Depression Mental Health

The relationship between postpartum depression (PPD) and the inability to breastfeed is bidirectional in nature. To that effect while a woman suffering from postpartum depression may find it unpleasant to breastfeed, not breastfeedingat allwill have an adverse impact and may increase the risks of developing postpartum depression. Earlier, women facing difficulties in breastfeeding or getting…

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