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Bipolar disorder may trigger excessive spending tendencies

12-01   Bipolar disorder may trigger excessive spending tendencies

“Following the thoughts racing in my mind, I spent $1000 on getting a beautiful tattoo done on my shoulder. It was a spur-of-the-moment decision. After all that tattoo meant the world to me at that point of time. But when it was time to pay my bills, my head started spinning and I went crazy,” […]


Prescription video game from Neuroscape can help treat children with ADHD

11-29   Prescription video game from Neuroscape can help treat children with ADHD

In a first, Boston-based tech company Akili has used Neuroscape’s core technology to develop a mobile gaming app, Project: EVO, for treating children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). If the results are positive, the game, currently in phase III clinical trials conducted by Food and Drug Administration (FDA), will be the first prescription-based video […]


Experts surprised to see high Obamacare enrollments

11-28   Experts surprised to see high Obamacare enrollments

Enrolments for Affordable Care Act (ACA) or Obamacare continue to rise as people are signing-up in droves for the individual health coverage it offers. Although, the Republicans are still trying to derail the ACA, the number of people registering for the health insurance policy has surged in the first few weeks since enrolment opened on […]


International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day: Supporting survivors of suicide

11-17   International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day: Supporting survivors of suicide

“A person never truly gets ‘over’ a suicide loss. You get through it. Day by day. Sometimes it’s moment by moment.” – Holly Kohler The statement aptly sums up the life of those who have lost someone to suicide. Despite the fact that their lives do not end, living every moment without the loved one […]


Social stress can make brain prone to depression, says study

11-15   Social stress can make brain prone to depression, says study

Social stress refers to anything that challenges one’s inner stability and invokes a sense of worthlessness in an individual. It could be bullying, body-image issues, social anxiety or extreme shyness. Social stress not only makes one’s life miserable but also triggers changes in the brain, making it vulnerable to depression. Several studies are under way, […]


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