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Understanding nutrition, depression and mental illnesses
On the basis of accumulating scientific evidence, an effective therapeutic intervention is emerging, namely nutritional supplement/treatment, which may be appropriate for controlling and to some extent, preventing depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, eating disorders and anxiety disorders, attention deficit disorder/attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, and addiction. Expand
Homosexuality and India
The argument that homosexuality is a stable phenomenon is based on the consistency of same-sex attractions, the failure of attempts to change and the lack of success with treatments to alter orientation, which highlights the limits of any single explanation of homosexuality within a particular society. Expand
A study on professional stress, depression and alcohol use among Indian IT professionals
Higher rates of professional stress, risk for developing depression and harmful alcohol use among software engineers could hinder the progress of IT development and also significantly increase the incidence of psychiatric disorders. Expand
Sexuality research in India: An update
There is a paucity of literature on management issues with an emergent need to conduct systematic studies in this neglected area so that the concerns of these patients can be properly dealt with. Expand
Work, family or personal life: Why not all three?
Senior executives were surveyed about their issues of work-life balance and the most profound result was that 87% of the respondents agreed that the companies that restructure senior management jobs in ways that would both increase productivity and make more time for a life outside the office would have a competitive advantage in attracting talent. Expand
The MMR vaccine and autism: Sensation, refutation, retraction, and fraud
The Lancet completely retracted the Wakefield et al .[sup] paper in February 2010, admitting that several elements in the paper were incorrect, contrary to the findings of the earlier investigation. Expand
The “Untold” Side of COVID-19: Social Stigma and Its Consequences in India
382 Imagine a society of saints, a perfect cloister of exemplary individuals. Crimes or deviance, properly so-called, will there be unknown; but faults, which appear venial to the layman, will there… Expand
Comorbidity in patients with Dhat syndrome: a nationwide multicentric study.
- S. Grover, A. Avasthi, +11 authors Abhijit R. Rozatkar
- The journal of sexual medicine
- 1 June 2015
Comorbid sexual dysfunction is seen in half of the cases of Dhat syndrome, and it is more common than comorbid depressive and anxiety disorders. Expand
A STUDY ON THE COPING BEHAVIOURS OF WIVES OF ALCOHOLICS
There was no significant correlation between the coping behaviours and the variables like duration of marriage, duration of husband’s alcoholism, socio-economic and educational status, and implications are discussed. Expand
Covert medication: Do means justify the ends?
- T. Rao, Roy Abraham Kallilvayalil, C. Andrade
- Psychology, Medicine
- Indian journal of psychiatry
- 1 July 2012
Why there may be merits in covert medication as an approach by a troubled family to re-establish homeostasis in the household is discussed, and ethicists should consider the ecological background in which covert medication occurs before they rule on the subject. Expand