Free Press Journal
  • Obsessed by Ruchi Kokcha: Review

    Imagine a seed planted with love. With proper water and sunlight, it slowly pops its head out and looks at the huge and seemingly vast world that greets it. There starts its growth story. Now imagine the sprout from the seed going back and joining the seed again. It’s a kind of suicide. Isn’t it? Why? Why not?

  • National Institute of Mental Health Rehabilitation to be set up in Bhopal says union minister Thawarchand Gehlot

    Bhopal: National Institute of Mental Health Rehabilitation (NIMHR) will help treatment and rehabilitation of people of central India, said Thawarchand Gehlot, union minister for social justice. He was speaking at a press conference to announce the establishment of the centre in the capital on Friday. The establishment of a mental health centre of international standards in Bhopal was passed by the cabinet on May 16.

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    Do you know Madhuri Dixit’s song is being used to create awareness on mental health? Read what she said

    Mumbai: A new version of Bollywood star Madhuri Dixit‘s chartbuster “Dil Toh Pagal Hai”, sung by a band comprising six specially-abled children, will spread awareness on mental health and disability. She feels proud. Madhuri said in a statement: “It fills me with pride that one of my favourite songs with one of my favourite filmmakers, Yashji (late Yash Chopra), is being used for such a wonderful cause

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    Dwayne Johnson moved by fans’ love on his mental health issues

    London: Actor Dwayne Johnson says he has been moved by fans’ reaction after opening up about his struggles with mental health. In an interview, the star said he has battled depression many times during his career. He told Newsbeat that the response he has received has been phenomenal, reports

  • Skinny women are more likely to be depressed!

    London : Skinny jeans or small sized clothes may fit the thin women well, but when it comes to mental health, things may not be the same for them. A study reveals, skinny women are more likely be depressed, linking to low moods.

  • Workplace woes lead to mental illness

    Long working hours, tight deadlines, long journeys from home to the office in traffic are all factors that contribute to workplace induced mental health problems

  • Living with nature good for your mental health

    London: People living in neighbourhoods with more birds, shrubs and trees are less likely to suffer from depression, anxiety and stress, a new study claims. The study, involving hundreds of people, found benefits for mental health of being able to see birds, shrubs and trees around the homes, whether people lived in urban or more leafy suburban neighbourhoods.

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    World Mental Health Day: Everything is in your head!

    When was the last time you left office on time? Don’t remember? And even if you do then there might be some special occasion. Today there is hardly any 9 to 5 culture and the office in the city buzzes with noise even if it is 9 pm. The lights are on. The laptops are running 24*7 and the definition of working hard has become synonymous with staying late in office. The rat race

  • Loneliness may be in your genes: study

    Los Angeles: Feeling lonely? Blame it on your genes, say scientists who have found that loneliness – a trait linked to poor health and early death – is partially heritable.

  • Women entitled to end unwanted pregnancy: Bombay High Court

    Mumbai : Endorsing the right of a woman to “lead a life of her choice”, the Bombay High Court has held that the scope of the Medical Termination of Pregnancy Act should extend to the “mental health” of a woman and she should be “allowed to opt out of an unwanted pregnancy irrespective of the reason”.

  • Angry drivers at higher crash risk

    Toronto : Angry, aggressive drivers have much higher odds of being in a motor vehicle collision than those who do not lose their temper while driving, a new study has found, reports PTI.

  • Low job satisfaction can hamper your mental health

    New York: Job dissatisfaction among people in their late 20s and 30s can have poor overall health and emotional problems by the time they reach early 40s, warn researchers.

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    Repeated racist attacks may damage mental health: study

    London: People who repeatedly face racial discrimination may have increased mental health problems, a new study has found, reports PTI. Several studies have already linked racial discrimination to poor mental and physical health but no study has ever studied the impact numerous attacks over time have on a person’s mental health, researchers said.

  • Air pollution may affect mental health in kids

    London: Increased exposure to air pollution can negatively affect the brain as well as mental development of children and adolescents, finds a new study. The findings showed that air pollution increased the risk of at least one psychiatric diagnosis for children and adolescents.

  • Just one trusted friend can help you recover from depression

    Toronto: Recovering from depression is not at all uncommon irrespective of the length of the episode and having at least one trusted friend is critical to cultivating complete mental health, new research has found. Two in five adults who have experienced major depression are able to achieve complete mental health, the findings showed.