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How does gender-based violence affect women's mental health?

COVID-19 has invisibly penetrated the homes of Latin America, bringing more disgrace to women's mental health

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Commercial Exposes the Experience of Breastfeeding

The Frida company, known for its postpartum products, released a realistic commercial, aired at the 78th Golden Globe Awards.

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Singing Helps Us for Our Health and Makes Us Happier

From singing off-key in a car to singing on top of your lungs in the shower, using your voice musically can bring tremendous benefits for your health.

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Benefits of Exercise on Brain Function

Neuroscientist Wendy Suzuki highlights the benefits of exercise for the brain.


Did You Know About All the Benefits of Meditation?

Several studies confirm the importance of meditation.

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More Natural Light Will Give you Better Health

The benefits of natural light are considerably more prominent than those that provide artificial light.

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Could mental health influence the effectiveness of vaccines?

A study reveals that mental health can influence how the immune system reacts to a vaccine

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These are the main types of psychotherapy

When deciding to take psychological treatment for your mental health, it is important that you bear in mind that there are several types of psychotherapy that exist

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The Challenge of Feeling Happy During this Pandemic

The professor behind the most popular class in Yale history teaches you how to achieve the greatest happiness every day.

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Opinion: can democratization of information be dangerous for mental health?

The tools to treat mental health have increased considerably in recent years, but not all of them are optimal for everyone

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Our Eating Habits During The Quarantine

Quarantine is back, the media is full of panic towards the crisis situation, and all of a sudden a voice in your head gives you a pleasant idea: “Why don’t you eat something?”

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How much does the use of technology affect kids and teenagers?

According to a study by Oxford University, the well-being of teenagers is related to the use of technology by 0.4%

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The Challenge of Scheduling Activities for Children During Quarantine

Have your children gained weight will all this time at home? Here is what you should do.

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Forests of Remembrance: this is how those who died from COVID-19 in Brazil are commemorated

This initiative supported by the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) seeks to plant 200,000 trees in commemoration of the 200,000 victims of COVID-19

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For a Better Quality of Life, Just Laugh More

A good laugh can boost your mood. But what about your physical and mental well-being? Here are six ways laughing improves your health.

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Trying to Get Pregnant? This APP May Help You

Sylvia Kang is the CEO and co-founder of Mira, a company that uses technology to help older women to have children.


Is Time to Turn to Other Options to Keep in Touch

Due to the closures of bars and other social gathering places, it has not been so easy to connect with friends and others in our space.

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What is the mindfulness-based cognitive therapy?

A recent study suggests that Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy can help improve the perception that patients with depression have of themselves

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How to Protect Your Mental and Physical Integrity

The mind-body duo is present in a technique that rescues the value of humanity. 

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Looking forwards rather than backwards safeguards wellbeing during Covid-19 lockdowns

Practicing gratitude and looking to the future will help safeguard our mental wellbeing during Covid-19 lockdowns, a new study in the Journal of Positive Psychology reports