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Category: Mental Health
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Guilty? You could blame your genes and get away 20.4.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Twenty years after DNA fingerprints were first admitted by American courts as a way to link suspects to crime scenes...
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SCHIZOPHRENIA LINKED TO RARE AND UNIQUE GENETIC GLITCHES 20.4.2008 New Kerala: Health News
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Childhood mental health may affect adult work life 19.4.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Children's mental well-being may affect the types of jobs they eventually get, and, thereby, their odds of work-related stress, new research findings suggest.
Great outdoors bring about positive, soothing benefits 19.4.2008 Asian Age: Delhi
People need more than just physical exercise to stay healthy. They need the emotional healing benefits of green exercise. Also known as eco-therapy, green exercise simply means doing something, almost anything, outside. You won’t necessarily burn more calories in nature’s green gym, but you can get substantial mental health benefits-reduced stress, depression and anger and enhanced mood and self-esteem-simply by seeking out the natural world, according to growing evidence from researchers in the United States, Scandinavia and Britain. In fact, in colour therapy, green balances the nervous system and is believed to have a calming, soothing effect. Reconnecting with the environment could be as simple as viewing nature in a picture or through a ...
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Giving food, is really giving life 19.4.2008 New Indian Express
Giving food, is really giving life
Mad in love, he killed his brother 19.4.2008 TOI: Cities
Bhupat Kohli, 37, sits alone and starts singing a Krishna bhajan. He pauses briefly to talk to his beloved Parvati and then resumes singing.
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Suicide A drug side effect? 18.4.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
As symptoms of depression go, there is none much clearer than having thoughts of suicide. But a spate of recent announcements...
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Love an innocence in Badlapur 18.4.2008 DNA: Mumbai
When Parag Fadnis turned his back on lucrative career as clinical psychologist in Mumbai, he knew what he was doing.
For parents of the mentally challenged 18.4.2008 Hindu: Karnataka
Madikeri: A one-day awareness programme involving parents of persons with mental retardation and other development disabilities will be organised at the Rotary Hall here on April 23, according to a statement received here from the Kodagu ...
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Doing their bit for the mentally challenged 17.4.2008 Hindu: Karnataka
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Don't blame the black cat for a bad day 16.4.2008 DNA: India
If a black cat crosses the road, many an Indian will wait for someone else to walk down the path first, thinking bad luck will befall him otherwise.
They may have been power crazy 16.4.2008 New Indian Express
They may have been power crazy
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Don't blame the black cat for a bad day 16.4.2008 India eNews: Top Headlines
If a black cat crosses the road, many an Indian will wait for someone else to walk down the path first, thinking bad luck will befall him otherwise. This is a classic example of superstition in an insecure person, say experts.
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Wearing ethnic clothes keeps teens mentally healthy! 15.4.2008 Rediff: GetAhead
A new study indicates that adolescents who dress according to the customs of their own ethnic group are less likely to have subsequent mental health problems. Read on to learn more.
State fails to utilise Central funds for NMHP 15.4.2008 New Indian Express
State fails to utilise Central funds for NMHP
Team led by NRI doctor wins top British award 15.4.2008 Hindustan Times: News
A medical team led by an NRI doctor has won Britain's prestigious 'Hospital Doctor Award' for 2008 for their work in providing better health care services to drug addicts.
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Another minor raped in Delhi, police tight-lipped 15.4.2008 CNN-IBN: India
NO MERCY: The incident shows how inadequate the law and order situation in the Capital is.The Capital woke up to the shocking news of another minor's rape.
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Editorial: Obsolete approach 14.4.2008 Business Standard
Editorial: Obsolete approach
Mentally challenged minor raped 14.4.2008 Deccan Herald
Mentally challenged minor raped
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Mentally challenged minor raped 14.4.2008 TOI: Cities
A 12-year-old mentally challenged girl - who has difficulty in both talking and hearing - was allegedly raped by her neighbour in New Kondli in east Delhi.
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