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Answers to common questions about PCOS

An OB-GYN and fetal medicine expert clears the common misconceptions surrounding PCOS

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Tips to monitor and limit your child’s screen time

There are various downsides of over exposure of kids to screens. These range from health to social implications. Let's understand some of these:
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How I healed my mother wounds

A doctor recounts the wounds inflicted by the traumatic relationship she had with her mother and shares her path to recovery
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Why sharing your ideas could backfire

Two reasons why you should resist the temptation of sharing your ideas with others (and no, it's not because they might steal it!)
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Suffering from urinary incontinence? Try mindfulness

When used in conjunction with other treatments, mindfulness and meditation can help reduce incontinence incidents over time
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The surprising reason for your sugar addiction

Your sugar addiction might feel very real. In reality though, there’s little to suggest that sugar is addictive in the same way as tobacco, alcohol or drugs

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Exposure to nature necessary for children’s wellbeing

The presence of greenspaces is strongly associated with improved physical activity and mental health outcomes in kids, according to a massive review of data from nearly 300 studies
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Without enhancements, digital books may harm young children’s learning

When digital books have features that reinforce storylines they outperform print counterparts
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New understanding of brain’s fear response

A deeper understanding of the brain's fear response mechanism could lead to better ways to help people with anxiety disorders, says new research
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A transformational coach makes players more independent, less reliant

Long-term reliance on a coach might be counterproductive to athletes, a new study has found
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Does COVID-19 increase the risk of Parkinson’s disease?

Is the world prepared for a wave of neurological consequences that may be on its way as a result of COVID-19? This question is at the forefront of research underway at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health.

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Living with Parkinson’s Disease

Though initially reluctant to draw attention to my diagnosis, living with Parkinson’s Disease has changed my life for the better

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Answers to commonly asked questions on office romance

Answers to 7 commonly asked questions on office romance by orgnisational psychologist Amy Nicole Bakervideo
Organisational psychologist Amy Nicole Baker shares the real answers to commonly asked questions about office romance

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How I forgave the man who caused my physical handicap

Long-held resentment becomes a burden that hurts us physically and emotionally. But then forgiveness doesn’t come easily. And even if we decide to forgive, we have no clue how to go about it. Here are insights from someone who struggled tremendously before she forgave

How to ease into a daily routine of meditation

Most of us want to meditate, but we either don’t know how or we think we cannot keep away thoughts

Signs that you are eating too much sugar

Find out what happens to your body when you eat too much sugar and how going on a sugar detox will help you