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As the Kurangani hills claimed nine lives up until this morning, we find out what kind of steps you can take to stay safe during a trek
With a stellar cast and some raw acting power, Saila Kairat’s The Valley revolves around one family’s heartbreak, and the quest to find answers about their child’s untimely death
He owes the success of the film to social media users and fanbase
Ever led a ladybug tour? We bring you six unconventional ways to pay it forward in 2018
A special event was held at London's St. Paul's Church, nicknamed The Actors' Church, to facilitate a discussion on mental health in the entertainment industry
Although PTSD is primarily known to develop in individuals following a traumatic event such as a serious accident or natural disaster, it can also occur in patients diagnosed with cancer.
If you're a father who hasn't sought treatment for depression, it could have an impact on your adolescent child
Are you having difficulty in memorising phone numbers or other valuable data for long term use? You need to start exercising to improve your memory functioning.
Don't lose hope so early due to excessive academic pressures as a new study has found that people who act optimistic and remain happy in all circumstances enjoy good health.
Depression in new fathers is often not recognised, thus increasing their risk of developing serious mental health issues, a study has showed.
New research has warned that women with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) are more likely to suffer from mental health problems
Trevor Noah's compelling memoir presents a troubled look at life in South Africa under apartheid and is a classic tribute to his mother.
Maria Qamar’s first book, Trust No Aunty, profiles every kind of aunt out there — from the matchmakers and weight-watchers to the overfeeders and online stalkers
Observers are invited to witness the clamour for space at a new show featuring Pradeep Unni and Nijesh Mohan
Due to the pressure caused by changing societal roles and multiple responsibilities, depression has significantly increased the risk of early death in women, a study has found
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