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Open office spaces may lead to surveillance anxiety, finds study

07-12   Open office spaces may lead to surveillance anxiety, finds study

Posted in Anxiety, Mental Health

An open office space layout has always been believed to be a blessing for both the organization as well as the employees. While it allows easy and smooth communication among the team members and improves the workflow, it also enables each team member to deliver better productivity. However, a recent study conducted by the Harvard […]


Psychology Day: Need to spread awareness about mental problems and open up

04-12   Psychology Day: Need to spread awareness about mental problems and open up

Posted in Mental Health

A large section of the American population is living with various types of mental health problems, such as anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder and bipolar disorder, etc. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), an estimated 44.7 million adults aged 18 and above (18.3 percent of all American adults) are grappling with a […]


Washington imposes fine of $100,000 on Centene for not fixing doctor shortfall problem under Obamacare Plan

03-27   Washington imposes fine of $100,000 on Centene for not fixing doctor shortfall problem under Obamacare Plan

Posted in Mental Health

The brief ban of health insurer Centene Corp. in the state of Washington in December 2017, prohibiting it from selling 2018 Obamacare plans to customers, failed to yield the desired result of increasing the coverage of doctors such as anesthesiologists. As a result, the state recently decided to impose a fine of $100,000 on Centene’s […]


Patients of bipolar disorder prone to traumatic brain injury, says study

03-07   Patients of bipolar disorder prone to traumatic brain injury, says study

Bipolar disorder is a brain disorder causing unusual shifts in mood, energy levels, activities, and the ability to carry out everyday chores. Also known as manic-depressive illness, it may result in a strained relationship, poor job or school performance, and in extreme cases, suicide. Effective treatments—including medicine and talk therapy or a combination of both—to […]


Food can directly affect mental health, says research

03-05   Food can directly affect mental health, says research

We are what we eat. Food has a great role to play in an individual’s life – the choice of food not only affects the waistline but also his/her psychological health – confirms a growing body of research. Contrary to what many Americans believed, comfort food rarely has anything to do with happiness. Much of […]


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