Mental Health

Sexual abuse may accelerate early puberty in girls: Study

Washington D.C. [USA], Mar. 18 (ANI): A study reveals that girls, who experience physical abuse early in life, may hit puberty eight to 12 months earlier than their non-abused peers, thus increasing their chances of developing depression, substance abuse and teenage pregnancy.

Electrical current may help you recall names, phone numbers!

Washington D.C. [USA], Mar. 15 (ANI): Do you often forget names of people at a party, telephone numbers, or even a short grocery list?

Math to explain our bodies better?

Washington D.C. [USA], Mar. 4 (ANI): Our body is one complex structure, which boggles the mind and drives the work of biomedical scientists around the world.

People with long-term stress may be more prone to obesity

Washington D.C. [US], Feb. 26 (ANI): Beware and get your stress treated, as a study warns people who suffer from long-term stress may be more prone to obesity.

Believe it or not! Fruits, vegetables tackle depression in 2 weeks

London [UK], Feb. 10 (ANI): A lot has been said about the health benefits of inculcating fruits and vegetables in our daily diet but the researchers have now proved the psychological benefits of a balanced meal.

Brain teasers may protect against mild cognitive impairment

Washington D.C., Jan.31 (ANI): Keeping your brain busy and sharp with a steady flow of activities is likely you help you fight against mild brain disabilities.

Creative people fear less about dying: Study

WashingtonD.C [US], Dec. 2 (ANI): In a recent study, scientists from the University of Kent have found that creative achievement can provide a buffer against being anxious about death.

Majority of depressed people get inadequate or no care at all

Washington D.C. [US], Dec. 1 (ANI): According to a recent study, the vast majority of people with depression across the world receive inadequate treatment or no care at all.

Men, women look things in different ways, proves study

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 30 (ANI): A recent study, published in the Journal of Vision, has found that men and women look at someone's face differently.

Social comparison on Facebook leads to depression

Washington D.C. [USA], Nov. 29 (ANI): A recent study has found an association between social comparison on Facebook and depression.

The Lancaster University review of existing research suggested that comparing yourself with others on Facebook is more likely to lead to feelings of depression than making social comparisons offline.

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