On World Suicide Prevention Day, celebs bring the focus on mental health

In a world where passing judgement on others, without confirming facts is worryingly becoming the norm, people often refrain from discussing their issues. “In India, it’s easy for us to call someone ‘pagal’ or ‘mad’; we don’t realise what the other person is going through or how it might affect someone. We still need awareness, […]

World Suicide Prevention Day (WSPD) 2020: Recognising Symptoms Of Suicidal Behavior

Do not be afraid to ask if he or she is sad, discouraged and/or thinking about suicide. Ask if he or she is seeing a therapist or taking medication. In some cases, the person needs to know that someone cares and is looking for the chance to talk about his or her feelings. Do not […]

Suicide prevention amid coronavirus pandemic: ‘We’re still there for each other’

Coronavirus: 8 ways to connect with nature during lockdown Outdoor soundtrack If walking in the woods isn’t possible, there are still ways to enjoy nature at home. Research suggests that looking at greenery out a window, or even listening to sounds from nature, can boost our well-being. Scientists from Brighton and Sussex Medical School in […]

Young women and suicide: ‘I felt like a shell’

But actually, they reduce our inhibitions. You are much more likely to act on suicidal thoughts if you’re taking drugs or alcohol, so stay away from them.

The Myths and Warning Signs of Suicide

If you have lost a loved one to suicide, you are not alone.  Making sense of suicide can be challenging, confusing, and painful.  The realization that your loved one was in dire psychological pain may fill you with unanswered questions and intense, raw emotions.  You may feel like you are drowning in a quicksand of […]

Biden and Trump go on the offensive as U.S. campaign enters final stretch

“Biden’s plan for the China virus is to shut down the entire U.S. economy,” Trump said. “He’d be laying off tens of millions of workers and causing countless deaths from suicide, substance abuse, depression, heart disease and other very serious illnesses.”

Biden and Trump go on the offensive as US campaign enters final stretch

Trump pushed back again against a report in The Atlantic that he had referred to fallen US soldiers as “suckers” and “losers,” calling it “a hoax.” The story has dominated news coverage for days and threatens Trump’s support among veterans and military members, a key voting bloc.

What is long Covid and what are the symptoms?

“There have been people who have been in intensive care with Covid-19, but who have made a full recovery, whilst on the other end of the scale, there are people who had a relatively minor infection, but have then gone on to experience symptoms that don’t go away for months.”

Nicola Gobbo explains why she became Lawyer X

“But a number of police over that period of time made disparaging remarks to my face and behind my back along the lines of, if they could eliminate me they would be happy to do so, presumably because I was so successful at getting people out of custody,” she said.

Sushant Singh Rajput’s sister says ‘dead can’t speak so blame the dead’, shares own version of ‘let’s smash patriarchy’

On Tuesday night, Shweta also reacted to what is being said about Sushant and his marijuana smoking habits, online. She said that ‘the dead’ are being blamed when they can’t defend themselves. “We can use our grey cells and figure out easily why thr are so many supporters rising all of sudden once the drug […]