Bisexual and questioning women prone to depression and anxiety: Study

Bisexual and questioning women prone to depression and anxiety: Study

Mental health conditions vary from person to person, with some suffering from different degrees of mental illnesses due to social prejudice, stress and the consequent stigma attached to their status in the society, including those from LGB community. Previous researches indicated that mental illnesses were predominant among such people than heterosexuals. Read more

Children living in poverty more likely to suffer from mental disorders: Study

Children living in poverty more likely to suffer from mental disorders: Study

For countries that boast of being the most developed economies, there is one problem that gnaws them persistently – the mental health of their children. Millions of children in America are suffering from some kind of mental disorder. This includes both who have been diagnosed with some psychological illness or those who have escaped the radar. While most parents scratch their heads wondering what is wrong with their children, the best method is to understand their children’s mental health and support them in combating the disorder in the best possible way. Read more

Wandering children with ASD vulnerable to death and injuries: Study

Wandering children with ASD vulnerable to death and injuries: Study

There are children with different abilities and there are some with certain disabilities. Among the many diseases that affect a child’s mental health, autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex condition that affects nearly one in 68 children in the United States, as per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Children suffering from ASD face difficulties interacting with others due to their inability to engage in any kind of verbal or non-verbal communication. Read more