By Dr Siddhant Bhargava
It has been found in the study that dietary pattern and food choice plays a role in the major role in anticipation and treatment of menta...Read More
London: A brief course of acupuncture may help ease troublesome menopausal symptoms, such as excess sweating, mood swings, sleep disturb...Read More
By FPJ Bureau
March 16 is observed as Sleep Day to raise awareness about the health hazards that happen due to lack of proper sleep. International comp...Read More
It is so ironical that no school, college or university we go to, teach us what “We” actually are. I am not talking of the biological stu...Read More
By Smita Jayakar
All of us go through ups and downs in life; there are positive and negative events and occurrences. Some life events surely do not contri...Read More
These opposite moods of fear and happiness affect decision-making, too, writes Dr SHRIRANG BAKHLE.
Washington: Imagine a health care robot that displays a patient’s temperature and pulse, and even reacts to their mood. A new super elast...Read More
The mood acts like a filter. Emotional events of the same emotion produce a bigger response, writes DR SHRIRANG BAKHLE.
One of the reasons for this infectious nature of emotions is empathy. When we see another human being feeling some emotions or experienci...Read More
London: Having a friend who suffers from depression does not put you at risk of becoming depressed, a new study has found.
New York: Researchers have found that those who suffer defeat or are in negative emotional states tend to crave sweets more than those in...Read More
Washington: Listening to upbeat, cheery music can indeed make people happier, scientists say.
London: Looking at old photos of yourself on Facebook and reading wall posts that you have written can lift your mood, and can be as soot...Read More