After more than a decade of hugely successful mental health awareness campaigning, 2020 is the time to focus our efforts on more complex problems such as schizophrenia
Sadness, and not all negative emotions, lead people to smoking and turn it into an addictive behaviour, a first-of-its-kind set of four inter-woven studies has revealed.
Air pollution may affect our physical and psychological health in the long run as researchers have found that the children who are exposed to a high level of air pollution while growing up, have an increased risk of developing schizophrenia.
No one chooses to become homeless – to live on the streets, in hostels or temporary accommodation. These are not convenient options, they are last ditch solutions
Published in the Maternal and Child Health Journal, the research found that 23.3 per cent of women who experienced intimate partner violence (IPV) reported their child's school attendance was disrupted due to IPV.
Previous studies have suggested that height may be a risk factor for dementia, but much of this research was not able to take into account genetic, environmental, or other early-life factors that may be linked to both height and dementia.
Instead of putting yourself in the centre of every problem, be selective of the quarrels, conflicts and fights you get involved in. Only pick the fights that are most important to you and let go of the rest.
Stress can be very insidious as the hormones and other chemicals produced when you are stressed often lead to a plethora of severe mental and physical health issues.
Since we are limited to only 24 hours per day, it is important to stop wasting time and make the best use of our day. If you struggle to complete your tasks on time, follow these tips to manage your time well.