Figuring out toxic workplaces
With the ‘burnout culture’ kicking in, people are finding it harder to deal with toxic workplaces.
Laughing at yourself may be good for mental well-being
Greater tendency to employ self-defeating humour is indicative of high scores in psychological well-being dimensions such as happiness.
Socialising may lower diabetes risk: study
The researchers also found that in men, living alone was associated with 94 per cent higher odds of type 2 diabetes.
Autism traits increase suicidal thoughts in people with psychosis
A person's level of autism traits is an extremely important marker in helping identify those people with psychosis at risk of suicide.
Self-medication can be kiss of death: Experts
The adverse consequences of such practices should always be emphasized to the community and steps to curb it.
Vitamin D deficiency at birth ups autism risk
Low level of Vitamin D at birth is linked to an increased risk of autism spectrum disorders (ASDs) at the age of three.
Does nature make us happy? Science says yes
Being in nature increases general happiness and well-being.
Three coffees a day linked to more health than harm: study
There is more benefit to drinking coffee than harm.
Short-term probiotics can help shed those extra kilos
Further long-term studies are required to examine the effects of probiotic supplementation on various measures on body weight.
High protein diet may help prevent obesity: study
Diets high in protein are known to encourage weight loss but adhering to them can be difficult.