Monday, 18 January 2021

Tag Archives: mental health

Iqra Aziz shares thoughts about cyber bullying, mental health

LOLLYWOOD: Pakistani actor Iqra Aziz opened up about cyberbullying and mental health in her latest post on Instagram. The 21-year-old who rose to fame through the hit drama Suno Chanda penned a lengthy note on Instagram regarding mental health and about being cyberbullied. “It takes a few words to humiliate someone to ...

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Britney Spears checks into mental health facility once again

HOLLYWOOD: On Wednesday, it was reported that the “…Baby One More Time” singer checked into a mental health treatment facility as she continues to cope with her father Jamie Spears’ recent health scare. A source close to Britney said the 37-year-old singer has “checked into a wellness facility” where she ...

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Lady Gaga, Christian Carino call of their engagement

WASHINGTON: Singer-songwriter Lady Gaga and fiancé and talent agent Christian Carino have ended their engagement. Gaga’s rep confirmed the news to People. Apart from the singer’s rep, a source also shared, “It just didn’t work out. Relationships sometimes end.” The source added that the pair split “a bit ago. There’s ...

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Australia gives $37-million boost to spending on youth mental health

Australia will spend an extra A$51.8 million ($37 million) on support to young people with mental health issues, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said. The announcement comes a week ahead of a crucial by-election for Morrison’s ruling Liberal-National coalition, and the money will go to Headspace, a government youth group that ...

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One hour of social media enough to ruin your sleeping pattern

TORONTO: One hour a day on social media can derail your sleeping pattern, a new study warns. The report by Canadian researchers was commissioned to assess why so many young people struggle to sleep eight hours. They found the root problem to be social media: those who spent at least ...

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People with sisters are happier and more optimistic

People with sisters are likely to be happier and optimistic, research from De Montfont University and Ulster University claims. The study quizzed 571 young people aged 17 to 25 on their lives and found that those who grew up with sisters were more likely to be happy. Participants filled in ...

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Doctors want President Trump’s head examined

NEW YORK: President Donald Trump is “in excellent health,” White House physician, Dr. Ronny Jackson, said following his physical Friday. But it’s not clear whether any mental health tests were conducted, despite urging from mental health professionals. Jackson received an urgent letter from dozens of doctors and health professionals Thursday ...

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The White House struggles to silence talk of Trump’s mental fitness

WASHINGTON: The White House is struggling to contain the national discussion about President Trump’s mental acuity and fitness for the job, which has overshadowed the administration’s agenda for the past week. Trump publicly waded into the debate spawned by a new book, “Fire and Fury” – Michael Wolff’s inside account ...

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