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Category: Mental Health
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'Mentally ill' son kills father with a cricket stump 16.6.2008 DNA: India
The Punjab police on Monday arrested a "mentally ill" youth in Moga town for allegedly clubbing his father to death.
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Woman freed after 18 years 15.6.2008 Telegraph: International
Naples, June 14 (Reuters): A 47-year old mentally ill Italian woman was locked up in a room by family members for 18 years, Italian police said after freeing the woman yesterday.
Mentally challenged woman sets herself ablaze 14.6.2008 New Indian Express
Mentally challenged woman sets herself ablaze
“Real motive is key to cracking murder case” Law & order 14.6.2008 Hindu: New Delhi
“Real motive is key to cracking murder case” 14.6.2008 Hindu: New Delhi
SSA programme a boon for mentally-challenged children 14.6.2008 Hindu: Other States
9/11 trauma lingers among Manhattan residents 14.6.2008 TOI: The United States
One in eight people who lived near the World Trade Center at the time of the September 11 attacks in 2001 were still suffering post traumatic stress disorder.
Two held for kidnapping mentally challenged boy 12.6.2008 New Kerala: India News
Health FAQs 12.6.2008 New Indian Express
Health FAQs
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'Gitmo inmates at risk of mental illness' 11.6.2008 TOI: The United States
According to Human Rights Watch, Guantanamo Bay detainees face mental illness risk.
Double lives 8.6.2008 Deccan Herald
Double lives
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Breakfast for the brain 7.6.2008 Hindu:Metro Plus: Visakhapatnam
A complex breakfast can keep children mentally healthy
Street-side stories 6.6.2008 India Together
Though the homeless exist in large numbers, society tries to render them invisible, says a recent study on homelessness in four Indian cities. Arpan Tulsyan reports on the findings.
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Depressed? Your job may be stressing you out, says study 6.6.2008 The Statesman
Depressed? Your job may be stressing you out, says study
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Kicking the butt increases the likelihood of staying sober 5.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Gazza's breakdown similar to George Best's 5.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
Feigning sickness for attention 4.6.2008 Asian Age: Delhi
By Shruti Badyal New Delhi:Have you been feigning sickness? Do you find yourself in a quagmire if you aren’t pampered when you’re sick? Do you relentlessly fake your illness? Well, if the answer to any of the above is a "yes", then you might be a victim of "factitious disorder". People with this disorder feign or actually induce illness in themselves, typically to get the attention of others. Dr Samir Parikh, consultant psychiatrist with Max Healthcare and the coordinator of Department of Mental Health and Behavioural Sciences at Max says, "Factitious disorders are not very commonly seen in a country like India. They are more rampant in western culture. Patients suffering from such disorders tend to fake their illness ...
WHO sets up disease surveillance system in Myanmar 4.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Former boss asks Gazza to stop drinking 4.6.2008 New Kerala: World News
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Researchers find genetic link to psychiatric disorders risk 4.6.2008 New Kerala: Health News
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