Cages aren’t made of iron; they are made of thoughts and perplexing ideas. And those overwhelming thoughts and ideas can make you fall into depression.
Coming from different family backgrounds and academic studies, five youths collaborated to write a book that mirrors the society they live in.
Seminar on “Depression and Self-Reliance” and book launching of “Depressed Person” – AICHR Youth Debate on Human Rights 2018 – Realising the dream of being a professional in accounting and finance
Our mind is the driver of our body. Just like our body, it can fall sick, too. When it is sick, we should also seek treatment.
Depression, a common and serious medical illness, is one of the most debated mental health issue around the world.
Some years ago, a 19-year-old girl neighbour of mine collapsed at home after swallowing some sleeping tablets and 20 tablets of paracetamol.
Getting a good night’s sleep is key to refuelling your body for school and work the next morning.
Events: Depression Problems – Work and Leadership in an Age of AI and Robotics – Facebook Marketing
Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury equated boxing to a marriage and that after a rocky period he is back.
Ministry orders to cease broadcasting movies featuring alcohol consumption.
Upcoming Events! Coffee Talk: Depression, Anxiety and Youth – I-Discovery 2.0 – Lecture Series Photography
Verne Troyer, best known for his role as Mini-Me in the “Austin Powers” movies, died Saturday. He was 49.
Fat cells are the ‘storeroom’ of our body. An average human adult has 30 billion fat cells with a weight of 30 lbs or 13 kilograms and their function is to store excess energy.
Cancer is a terrifying disease. When someone is told that he has cancer, the first word that usually crosses his mind is ‘death’.
An old tomato loses volume, becomes wrinkled and discolored. A human face, for that matter, is very much like a tomato.
I debated for a long time if I should write about the Netflix original series “13 Reasons Why”. While it was the most tweeted show on the day of its release.
The brains of young people who use their smartphones or the internet too much sustain chemical changes.