The Gut-Brain Connection
Have you ever experienced an upset stomach just when you were ?feeling nervous? about something? Several studies have found a very interesting connection between gut health and your brain.
Depression In Children: Identifying Signs
Depression in children often remains undiagnosed and untreated because it is attributed to developmental changes. It is important for parents to identify and differentiate the signs of depression from usual sadness. Here is an article that offers a glimpse into how parents can identify the signs of depression in children.
Riboflavin for a Healthy Life
It is used to treat acne, muscle cramps, carpel tunnel and others like burning feet syndrome, blood disorders like red blood cell aplasia and sometimes cataract.
Zinc for a Healthy Life
Zinc has a big role to play in our body.
Cancer in Children: Coping Strategies for Parents
A cancer diagnosis in a child can be devastating to parents. Here are some ways to cope with this situation
Sage for Every Age
Sage was used as a preservative in ancient times due to its antibacterial properties
How Do I Know If I'm Depressed?
We hear the word depression quite frequently these days. Sometimes we may wonder if we ourselves are suffering from depression. Read on to find out how to tell whether you might be clinically depressed or just feeling down.
Possibility of Normalcy After Depression
From Deepika Padukone to Dwayne Johnson, celebrities have come into the open about their fight with depression. It was not an easy battle they would probably say. However, they did not allow the depression to get the better of them! Find out what it takes to fight depression.
Post Partum Depression - A Self-Check
If you are a new mother, no doubt you are excited and joyful about this new phase of life with your little one. However, some mothers find themselves feeling emotionally disturbed without much reason, and they?re not able to shake the feeling. Sometimes this can be a sign of post partum depression. In this article you will find helpful information on how to assess whether you just have the baby blues, or whether you may be depressed and need further help.
Depression During Pregnancy
Sometimes post partum depression (PPD) actually begins DURING pregnancy even though it's called POST partum depression. It may die down or it may get worse after delivery. If you are expecting, here's some useful information to help you recognize the signs of depression during pregnancy.