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Category: Mental Health
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Fish oil may prevent schizophrenia 29.11.2007 Sify News
A daily dose of fish oil may help prevent the risk of developing schizophrenia in young people, says a new study presented at a conference of the World Psychiatry Association here on Thursday.
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Students urged to focusc on good value system 29.11.2007 The Assam Tribune
Students urged to focusc on good value system
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When art reaches the mentally challenged 29.11.2007 Sify News
Sixty pieces of art and some craftwork will go into an unusual exhibition here -- half of them created by mentally challenged adults from the sheltered workshop Anchorage.
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Study links schizophrenia to flu during pregnancy 28.11.2007 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Over the past several decades, a steady stream of studies has documented that people born in winter...
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A battle against official apathy 28.11.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
Parents of special children fight for monthly grant
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Is the mind ill or the rest wrong? 27.11.2007 Asian Age: Bangalore
By Our Special Correspondent Bangalore, Nov. 27: When asked who discovered America, 39 out of forty school kids of America said, "Columbus." One said, "Red Indians" and did not get any marks though the answer was right in a way. The anecdote was narrated at a workshop on capacity building organised by Medico-Pastoral Association on Tuesday to illustrate the attitude of the majority towards the section which it considers as not being normal. Dr Ali Khwaja of Banjara Academy said it was an unwritten law that those who do not think like the majority are considered not normal. At the other end of the spectrum, there are one lakh persons in the city with major mental illness and the attitude towards the syndrome is changing. ...
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NRI lecturer wins leadership award 27.11.2007 TOI: NRI News
Nisha Dogra, NRI lecturer at the University of Leicester, has won the Leaders for Change award from a UK charity.
Youngest kids in class face more stress 27.11.2007 New Indian Express
Youngest kids in class face more stress
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Mental patients and hunt for roots 26.11.2007 Telegraph: Calcutta
nRajlakshmi (name changed), a mentally-challenged woman in her mid-30s, was rescued from the streets by NGO workers. She was weak, covered in filth and could speak only Tamil. She was rehabilitated after sustained efforts and last week, handed over to an NGO in Chennai that is trying to locate her home, which she left 12 years ago.
Delhi leads in suicide cases 25.11.2007 DNA: India
Incidents of suicide in the country have shot up to 1,18,112 in 2006 from 1,13,697 in 2004, with capital Delhi also accounting for the sharp rise.
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Mental health programme in all districts: Ramadoss 25.11.2007 Hindu: Front Page
Three major national health programmes in the offing
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Mental health programme in all districts: Ramadoss 25.11.2007 Hindu: Kerala
Three major national health programmes in the offing
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National honour for institute 25.11.2007 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
For treating persons with mental disabilities so as to enhance their quality of life
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A rare event for special children 24.11.2007 Hindu: Karnataka
People & Places: 23.11.2007 The Statesman
People & Places:
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Lecture programme on mental health organised 22.11.2007 The Assam Tribune
Lecture programme on mental health organised
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First International Conference on Personnel Selection 22.11.2007 Govt of india: PIB
First International Conference on Personnel Selection
Indian pharma prefers non-litigation route in US 22.11.2007 Rediff: Business
The Indian pharmaceutical companies are involved in patent litigations of a mere 40 drugs, out of the 135 known patent litigation drugs in the US. This is despite the claims by major Indian players such as Ranbaxy and Dr Reddy's at having secured over 20 first to file status abbreviated new drug applications with the US Food and Drug Administration.
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Unemployment up among the disabled: Study 22.11.2007 Rediff: Business
The study commissioned by the Government of India and based on a sample of 2,000 households in Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh says that employment rate among people with disability (PWD) fell from 42.7 per cent in 1991 down to 37.6 per cent in 2002.
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Unemployment rises among people with disability, says study 22.11.2007 Business Standard
Unemployment rises among people with disability, says study
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