Boost your mental health in 2018 with these 15 key recommendations

Boost your mental health in 2018 with these 15 key recommendations

February 19th, 2018 | Rachael

New Year is always regarded as the beginning of new things. With the coming of the New Year, people start making resolutions to encourage themselves to become a better individual and commit lesser mistakes than the previous year. These resolutions often include achieving personal goals, excelling in academics and career, and ensuring physical fitness. Sadly, […]

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Electric shock therapy may help treat food cravings, finds study

Electric shock therapy may help treat food cravings, finds study

February 9th, 2018 | Rachael

Researchers from the Stanford University have developed a new treatment that will help people control their food cravings. The study, published recently in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, was conducted on both mice and humans to find out how electricity can change the brain’s area responsible for controlling impulsive behavior. The […]

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UK universities dilly-dallying in providing mental health support to students

UK universities dilly-dallying in providing mental health support to students

February 1st, 2018 | Rachael

In a scenario where the incidences of suicide among students and teenagers are hitting a record high, recent reports have highlighted the lack of adequate counseling and other remedial measures are not available to students across different campuses.  Universities from the United States and  in the UK are unable to provide timely mental health counseling […]

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