18 May 2016
New York: Are you over 50 and remain wearily busy? If yes, take heart. A new study says older adults with a busy daily lifestyle tend to have better mental functioning than their less busy peers.
14 Dec 2015
Washington: Mental health of children is negatively affected by exposure to violence such as mass murders and acts of terror, according to a new study conducted in Juarez, Mexico - once dubbed the murder capital of the world.
25 Nov 2015
Sydney: Anxiety around the arrival of a new born is just as common as postnatal depression, and the risks for men are nearly as high as for women, says a new study.
02 Dec 2015
Melbourne: Dads-to-be, take note! The amount of food you consume could have a direct impact on your unborn child's mental health and well being, a new study has found.
16 Apr 2015
London: Facebook can either help people recover from mental health problems or make their symptoms worse, a new research shows, adding that the key is to use the social networking tool cautiously and strategically.
06 Aug 2015
Mumbai: Actress Deepika Padukone, who faced depression in the past, feels it is a major health issue in the country today which needs to be addressed.
03 Jul 2016
Washington: Holding 'walking meetings' at work instead of conventional seated ones just once a week may increase the physical activity levels of white-collar workers by 10 minutes, a new study has found.
03 Nov 2014
Washington: A new smartphone app can analyse your speech and use it to gain information about your mental health, scientists say.
28 Jul 2016
London: Indulging in physical activities such as brisk walking or cycling for at least an hour each day may eliminate the increased risk of death associated with sitting for eight hours or more hours a day, suggests a study.
16 Sep 2014
London: Walking or cycling to work does not only save fuel but also leads to an improved psychological well-being. According to a new study, people who stopped driving and started walking or cycling to work benefited from an improved well-being. In particular, active commuters felt better able to concentrate and also felt less strain than if they travelled by car.