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Social media addiction is real and here to stay
  Social media addiction is real and here to stay
Posted inAddiction

The World Wide Web has resulted in a super-connected world. It has brought people closer no matter where they may be in the world and resulted in instant communication. Social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have many users hooked on them with the idea of displaying the best side of their selves […]

National Suicide Prevention Month: Colleges should do more to prevent suicide among students, feel experts
  National Suicide Prevention Month: Colleges should do more to prevent suicide among students, feel experts
Posted inAddiction

Happiness comes from “WHAT” one does, while a sense of achievement is derived from “WHY” one does it. A sense of fulfillment seeps in “WHEN” one’s aim connects directly with their “WHY.” The goal of receiving higher education and moving up the corporate ladder is what encourages most students to get ready for college admissions. […]

Depression more common among teenage girls than boys, says study
  Depression more common among teenage girls than boys, says study
Posted inTeens

Research has revealed that teenagers and young adults are more vulnerable to depressive disorders. Now, a recent British study suggests that depression is more common among teenage girls than boys. The findings of the research indicated that roughly 25 percent of girls may exhibit symptoms of depression before they turn 14 years old. For the […]

Parents believe schools are unable to handle teen mental health issues, finds survey
  Parents believe schools are unable to handle teen mental health issues, finds survey
Posted inMental Health

Most of the parents in the United States feel that educational institutions are unable to assist students with chronic physiological or psychological health issues, finds a new survey. According to a new report of the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health at the University of Michigan, parents believe that schools are not […]

Siblings’ support can help people fight mental problems
  Siblings’ support can help people fight mental problems
Posted inMental Health

Charlotte (name changed) of San Diego has been reading books on depression since her younger sister Laura (name changed) was diagnosed with the mental disorder five years ago. She has not stopped following all updates posted about depression on Twitter. Charlotte says that she is trying to extend all possible help to get her sister […]

National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month: Comprehensive strategy needed to deal with opioid abuse in teenagers
  National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month: Comprehensive strategy needed to deal with opioid abuse in teenagers

The opioid crisis has been ravaging the United States for the past few years. Studies have shown that teenagers are more vulnerable to opioid addiction due to a combination of factors. A look at the statistics by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), reveals a high nonmedical use of prescription opioids by teenagers. The […]

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