The role of rehabs and support groups in aiding youths with mental health issues

The role of rehabs and support groups in aiding youths with #mentalhealth issues

Approximately 1 of every 5 individuals suffer from one or the other mental illnesses. Amongst the youth in particular, depression, anxiety and stress is common. One needs to understand that whatever the concern is, they need to speak to someone close or to a psychiatrist or a support group in order to get appropriate help […]

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How medications can affect your balance

Prime examples include blurred vision, dizziness or light-headedness stemming from low blood pressure, drowsiness, delirium, and impaired alertness or judgment. Some medications may affect the inner ear, spurring temporary or permanent balance disorders. Often, problems stem from the sheer number of medicines you take, rather than a single drug. According to a national health survey […]

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Doctors remove 7.5 kg kidney from 60-yr-old man, claimed to be the heaviest kidney in India

    Doctors claimed that this is said to be the heaviest kidney which has been removed in India, till date According to doctors, Autosomal Dominant Polycystic Kidney Disease (ADPKD) is a genetic disorder. Which cause the kidney to swell, and numerous cysts form in the kidneys. It is the most common disorder of the […]

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Not homemade remedies, proper medication is the only way to beat head lice

A child, who constantly scratches his /her head, becomes a social embarrassment for the parents. This situation puts parents in a difficult situation in public places. The infestation of head lice causes the major itching in the head. Though this problem is commonly observed in the school-going children, adults are also not protected from it. […]

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On medication for high BP? You are likely to be at risk of depression

About one in three Americans have high blood pressure, and a new study suggests that those on medications to treat this disorder may be at increased risk for depression and a number of other mental health problems. Although the exact reason for these results is not clear, the findings could suggest news ways to prevent […]

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Taking painkillers in pregnancy does not cause asthma in kids, finds study

The research, which uses prescription data on painkillers, does support earlier findings that women taking paracetamol or consuming painkillers during pregnancy are more likely to have children who develop asthma. However, it also suggests that the painkillers are not the cause of this increase. Researchers say their results, published in the European Respiratory Journal, should […]

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Most migraine sufferers avoid alcohol, as it can trigger severe headaches

A migraine is a headache accompanied by a severe throbbing or pulsing sensation on one side of the head.  Some individuals also experience aura such as flashes of light or wavy vision. People often report feeling nauseous and sensitive to light and sound during a migraine attack.  Both the frequency and severity of the migraines […]

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Vitamin B may improve verbal communication in autistic kids

Vitamin B may improve verbal communication in autistic kids

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has many behavioural symptoms, including anxiety, inappropriate social interaction, poor eye contact, and compulsive behaviour. Many adolescent patients have difficulty interacting socially with others. A new study published in Springer Nature’s journal Molecular Psychiatry has linked folinic acid, a reduced form of vitamin B, with improved language and communication skills in […]

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