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Multi-pronged preparedness cushioned COVID-19 impact in India

Leading names in the medical community highlighted how multi-pronged preparedness to tackle medical and non-medical problems of the pandemic have helped in the recent months and that doctors deserve and need empathy from society to continue..............

CCMB plans to initiate studies on mental health genomics

With a plan to initiate studies on mental health genomics in collaboration with Prof Vikram Patel’s group at Harvard Medical School, Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology (CCMB) aims to understand the predisposition of mental illnesses..................

WHO Regional Director calls for strategies to prevent suicide & promote...

On World Mental Health Day, WHO reiterates its assistance to Member States in scaling up their capacity to address mental health generally, and suicide...

4,000 students take up summer internship on mental health at Fortis...

More than 180 students from 20 schools of Bangalore are taking part in this prestigious annual programme for students of Class XI and Class XII. Students of 250 schools from six metropolitan cities in the country are participating...............

Time to Take Note: Obesity closely linked with Mental Health Issues

The relationship between obesity and mental health issues is a complex one and there exist different theories about the association between the two, writes Dr Prakriti Poddar, an expert in mental health and director of Poddar Wellness.................

From hypertension to cancers –alarm bells ringing in India’s tribal belts

The non-communicable diseases now constitute major health burden across tribal communities as well. In addition, these communities are reporting mental illness too..................

India and UK strengthen mental health collaboration

Public Health England (PHE) and India’s National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS) exchange MOU, aim to establish India’s first Public Health Observatory (PHO) along with other partners...………...

Popular antibiotic used in India for infections could be hazardous

The fluoroquinolones class of antibiotics that are commonly used to treat illnesses such as respiratory and urinary tract infections have been red flagged by the USFDA but are still available in hundreds of generic forms in India...…………...

‘Virtual psychiatrist’ developed by PGIMER effective in diagnosing mental disorders

The diagnostic accuracy and reliability of the newly developed virtual application were evaluated in a study at remote sites when used by non-psychiatrists with just a brief training in its use.....

Mental health needs higher budgetary allocations: Experts

The experts while deliberating at Jindal University underscore the need for interdisciplinary and collaborative research by education institutions......