Pope Francis reiterates that "abortion is a grave sin" ending an innocent life, but he adds, "there is no sin that God's mercy cannot reach."
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Dementia has been researched on for decades. However, with the new online game "Sea Quest Hero" researchers have finally found a breakthrough.
A normal and properly functioning digestive tract harbor millions of bacteria that are constantly helping our bodies fight infection and convert the food we eat into energy. However, this balance can be disrupted by improper diet and the intake of prescribed drugs.
Things that we receive from our forefathers as heritage are unbelievable. Science takes little more time to believe such things. A study proves that attending a public cultural event can reduce the stress hormones. Apart from stress hormone- cortisol, few other internal changes were also witnessed inside the human body.
Children who commit suicide and are aged below 12 years, are more prone to suffering from attention deficit disorder, than depression, according to a new study.
The presence of Zika virus in Southeast Asia has surely created a scare among the locales.
A new Cambridge study revealed that women are twice more likely to suffer from anxiety disorders than men.
A Johns Hopkins study found that people with mental illness almost never commit acts of violence, let alone have access to guns.
The earlier girls hit puberty, the more likely they'll have adolescent depression, says a new study.
Most of us are often told to work hard since they will reap benefits in the end. But has anyone told you about the downside like maybe tying up ADHD or anxiety disorders on workaholics?
Parents should focus on the needs of their kids in order to deal with their learning disability problem.
With the latest study reports, published in The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, suggests that intake of Omega-3 fatty acids might not necessarily reduce childhood aggression, its other effects on the children are also not known.
Most people have become personally invested in their social media life that they haven't kept an eye that it has slowly spiraled their mental health issues.
For anyone, the people in our lives can make a difference. This is not limited to our life-long partner or family member but also the people we include our circle of friends. Social interaction can vary depending on how a person is able to carry on but it may have a direct line to the mental side of individuals.