PTSD and trauma in women are associated with lupus, finds study

PTSD and trauma in women are associated with lupus, finds study

Mental health is intrinsically linked to physical health. When the mind is happy, the body reacts in a positive way and the person feels happy, energetic and excited. If a person remains sad and anxious, he/she is bound to suffer from physical ailments like acidity and low blood pressure. Studies have found that mental disorders like depression and anxiety are strong predictors of heart disease, high cholesterol and blood pressure levels, and obesity with an increased risk of stroke, diabetes and arthritis. Read more

Cyberbullying turns ugly: Suicide by 12-year-old causes concern for students’ parents

Cyberbullying turns ugly: Suicide by 12-year-old causes concern for students’ parents

While physical intimidation has been a matter of concern for long in the United States, the omnipresent social networking sites (SNSs) have spiked the incidence of cyberbullying. It has emerged as a major threat to the society, particularly for adolescents and young adults. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Bureau of Justice Statistics and the Cyberbullying Research Center, approximately 52 percent of students reported being cyberbullied in America. Read more