Mental health

Mental health

Self-perception of stress, ageing has significant influence on physical health

According to a recent study, dwelling on negative aspects of ageing can have a measurable negative impact on your physical health and ability to respond to stress

Self-perception of stress, ageing has significant influence on physical health

How effects of childhood abuse extend into middle age

Childhood sexual abuse can lead to depression, anxiety, cardiovascular disease and other health problems later in life

Childhood neglect leaves generational imprint: Study

Indulging in sports is good for boys

A new study has found that boys who participate in sports in early childhood are less likely to experience later depressive and anxiety symptoms -- known as emotional distress -- in middle childhood

Indulging in sports is good for boys

Poor sleep takes a toll on health care workers' mental condition

In a recent study, researchers have studied the effect of the Covid-19 pandemic on health care workers' sleep patterns and the potentially damaging consequences of sleep disturbance on their mental ...

Public health workers use disinfectant to clean a street as a graffiti on the floor reads "Stay home, take care of your family" as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues in La Paz, Bolivia.

It won’t be possible to keep schools open if Covid-19 cases surge: PM Hasina

Prime minister Sheikh Hasina on Thursday reiterated her call to the people to receive Covid-19 vaccine to escape the infection of the novel coronavirus afresh

It won’t be possible to keep schools open if Covid-19 cases surge: PM Hasina

Mental, physical problems more common among families of children with life-threatening diseases

According to a new study, if you are a family member of a child suffering from a life-threatening condition, you are more likely to face mental or physical trauma than others.

Mental, physical problems more common among families of children with life-threatening diseases

Researchers find first human evidence of how memories form

Hallucinations and delusions in people with a psychotic illness are actual memories, processed through neural memory systems like 'normal' memories, even though they are corrupted, said Carol ...

Researchers find first human evidence of how memories form

Parental depression is associated with worse childhood mental health

According to a new study, children who live with a parent who has depression are more likely to develop depression and do not achieve educational milestones

Parental depression is associated with worse childhood mental health

Household works can lead to sharper memory

A new study has found that older adults who do household works may have a sharper memory, attention span, better leg strength and greater protection against falls

Household works can lead to sharper memory

Exercise to fight anxiety

Both moderate and strenuous exercises alleviate symptoms of anxiety, even when the disorder is chronic, a study led by researchers at the University of Gothenburg shows

Both moderate and strenuous exercises alleviate symptoms of anxiety
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