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Seminar on ‘mental health’ at IVBC
A seminar on “mental health” was organised by the youth ministry of Ikishe Village Baptist Church (IVBC) in collaboration with Lapiye Centre for Mental well-being on March 4.A press release by the church informed that at the seminar, resource...
Sensitisation programme on mental health enters day 8
The sensitisation programme on mental health entered the eighth-day, at CTC hall, Chümoukedima, here, on Saturday.The 10-day campaign is being organised by Community Mental Health Programme (CMHP) Prodigals’ Home and state commissioner for Persons with Disabilities (PwDs), supported by...
Students and teachers sensitised on mental health
Little Flower Higher Secondary School, Kohima organised seminar sessions on “mental health issues and psychosocial management” for students & “understanding children’s mental health and stress management” for teachers.At the programme, resource person, psychiatric social worker, District Mental Health Programme...
Nagaland: Book on mental health released in Kohima
A book on mental health titled, “Out of the Woods’”, authored by Dr. Neikehienuo Mepfu-o was released at Kohima College, here, on August 26.Speaking at the programme, Dr. Neikehienuo Mepfhu-o said it was a venture into Naga society’s perception...
DMHP Wokha organises awareness on mental health
An awareness programme on “mental health and the importance of school counselling” was organised by District Mental Health Programme (DMHP) Wokha on July 25 at Government High School Longsa, Wokha.Speaking at the programme, resource person, DMPH Wokha clinical psychologist,...
Covid spiked mental health issues in marginalised kids in India: Report
New Delhi: While the Covid-19 pandemic was hard for all, children belonging to the most marginalised section in India were the worst affected as it led to their increased isolation, affecting their mental health significantly, according to a report...
Awareness on mental health
District Mental Health Programme (DMHP) and National Tobacco Control Programme (NTCP) of District Hospital Phek (DHP) conducted awareness programme at Police Personnel Camp under the theme “The Great Invitation”, from June 7 to 12, at Khuza Town Baptist Church.The...
Seminar on mental health for adolescents
With the recurring need to sensitize and raise awareness on mental health issues, Ministers Hill Baptist Higher Secondary School (MHBHSS) organised a seminar on “managing mental health for adolescents” on May 27.A press release by the school stated that...
Kids who play adventurously may have better mental health
Children who spend more time playing adventurously may have lower symptoms of anxiety and depression, finds a new study. The study, published in Child Psychiatry and Human Development, indicates that children, aged 5-11, who spent more time playing outside had...
Study reveals why 7 hrs of sleep is optimal in middle age
Seven hours is the ideal amount of sleep for people in their middle age and upwards as a new study has found that both insufficient or excessive sleep is associated with poorer cognitive performance and mental health, including dementia.The...
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