Older people can help maintain a sharp brain if they become active in social groups.
It is commonly believed that employment has more health benefits than unemployment. But then, is any form of employment helpful in reducing distress in people, irrespective of its quality? A new research suggests that having a job with poor psychosocial quality can be as bad for one's mental health as being unemployed. Usually, it is believed that those who are employed are less prone to be psychologically ill, when compared to people who are unemployed. Also, it is believed that when people move from unemployment into work, their mental health improves, Medical Xpress reports.
A new study suggests that South Asian people are more likely to take part in group exercising sessions.