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Tips on how to increase a sense of wellness and rejuvenate a love for life.
UNDERSTANDING the needs of a child with autism is important for their development, says consultant paediatrician Dr Shan Narayanan.
One in five women in China said last year that they regret getting marriedConcerns about domestic violence, household responsibilities and unequal public policies fuel their doubts about marriage
A year has passed since Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province and the hardest-hit Chinese city by the Covid-19 virus, emerged from the citywide lockdown, and vitality has returned.
THIS year HELP University celebrates 21 years since the founding of its Centre for Psychology, which has evolved into the Faculty of Behavioural Sciences comprising the Department of Psychology, CAREERsense@HELP, and the Centre for Counselling and Psychological Services.
As we navigate these weeks that are unspooling a year after March, April and May 2020, memories from earlier in the Covid-19 crisis are popping up in people’s social media feeds when throwbacks, reposts and commemorations crack open the digital time capsule of the pandemic before it’s even over.
In conjunction with Mothers Day, the writer pens a tribute to her beloved mum who spoke eight languages/dialects which enabled her to communicate effectively with her patients.
For those of us who are seriously afraid of needles, getting a vaccination can be a traumatic event, but here are some tips to help you.
PISCO, Peru (Reuters) -Hellen Ñañez has suffered enough tragedy for a lifetime. The Peruvian 28-year-old mother has mourned the death of 13 close relatives since the pandemic struck last year: uncles, cousins, a grandfather. Now her dad is fighting for his life.
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) -Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, addressing the nation last month in a social media video, touted the latest in a string of unconventional drugs he says can ease the country's COVID-19 crisis.