In an endeavour to understand the changing attitude and behaviour of Indians towards mental health and well-being, ITC Fiama with Nielsen, a leading market research company, conducted one of India’s largest online surveys on Mental Health. Over 700 individuals between the age of 18-45 years, men and women, across 15 cities in India participated in the survey. The study revealed that 77% individuals feel conversations around mental health and wellbeing
Oct. 10, 2020, marks World Mental Health Day, an annual event that looks very different this year amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Experts in the U.S. are warning of a mental health crisis as people’s lives remain upended by the pandemic.
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“COVID-19 really hits on so many different pieces that could impact someone’s mental health,” Pooja Lakshmin, MD, a
This research is powered by the VICE Media Group audience. We surveyed the VICE, Refinery29, and i-D audiences in March, June and September to track the evolution of young people’s attitudes and behaviors to help us understand the pandemic’s lasting impact on the world. Over the three waves of research we spoke to nearly 15,000 people in more than 30 countries. The majority of respondents were between the ages of
GENEVA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Oct 7, 2020–
The Commons Project Foundation and the World Economic Forum today announced international trials starting this week for CommonPass, a digital health pass for travellers to securely document their certified COVID-19 test status while keeping their health data private.
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Is the election hurting your mental health? An expert weighs in
Less than 30 days out from one of the most divisive elections in American history, stress and anxiety around politics is an an all-time high. Yahoo Life Mental Health Contributor, Jen Harstein, says that it’s important to become aware of how your mental health could be taking a toll this election season.
“Even for those of us who have
Oct 5 (Reuters) - Gold prices were steady around the $1,900 level on Monday, amid political uncertainty stoked by U.S. President Donald Trump's health after he tested positive for COVID-19 last week. FUNDAMENTALS * Spot gold was up 0.1% to $1,900.28 per ounce by 0048 GMT. * U.S. gold futures were down 0.1% at $1,906.30. * Doctors treating Trump for COVID-19 sent conflicting signals about the severity of his condition
(Reuters) – Australian shares posted their biggest daily rise in two-and-a-half months on Monday as investors cheered U.S. President Donald Trump showing signs of recovery from COVID-19.
Positioning ahead of the Reserve Bank of Australia policy meeting and federal budget
A supporter of President Donald Trump holds a campaign sign through the moonroof of a car as they drive past Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after the President was admitted for treatment of COVID-19 on October 4, 2020 in Bethesda, Maryland. Samuel Corum/Getty Images
On Friday, Donald Trump was hospitalized at Walter Reed Medical Center near Washington after testing positive for the coronavirus and exhibiting symptoms. His
What feels like a lifetime ago in the days before Covid-19, hotels lured travelers with amenities such as complimentary breakfasts, cocktail hours and yoga classes at the spa.
The world has changed quite a bit since then. Though people are beginning to tiptoe out
The pandemic changed travel for many of us. Some of us need a break but worry it could put our health and wallets at risk.
SAN ANTONIO — The pandemic has many of us dreaming of getting away from it all, but the coronavirus has many of us staying closer to home. That is no reason not to take a break.
“Check off that backyard bucket list,” Melissa Dohman, a
Up to 100 million additional doses of any eventual Covid-19 vaccines will be secured for delivery to poorer countries in 2021, health groups announced Tuesday, as the virus showed no sign of receding after claiming more than one million lives around the world.
The announcement doubles the number of doses already secured from the Serum Institute of India by the Gavi vaccine alliance and the Bill
COVID-19 is a devilishly versatile disease, attacking all manner of body systems and doing all manner of damage—to the lungs, the heart, the liver, the kidneys. Though it doesn’t attack the mind directly, the pandemic the virus has caused has been devastating to mental health, and in many cases, the most vulnerable group is women.
In a new study conducted by CARE, a non-profit international aid organization, investigators have found
A top Australian public health officer has become the latest in a string of health officials around the world to face death threats over their responses to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Jeannette Young, the chief health officer in the Australian state of Queensland, said the
“Recently, I have felt that a distance has developed between me and my son. He is not behaving with me like before. I think this is because during the last four months, I have had to repeatedly be isolated after serving in a ward with COVID-19 patients.”
These words spoken by a Bangladeshi midwife are something that healthcare professionals around the world can currently relate to. The COVID-19 pandemic has
She faced a backlash after Queensland decided to close its borders with neighboring states to curb the spread of the virus, making it impossible for several Australian citizens to attend relatives’ funerals.
Among critics of the move was Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who said the country risks “losing its humanity.”
The threats against Young followed similar cases in other countries, as public frustration over life in the pandemic mounts.
SINGAPORE – A new business travel pass is being piloted for senior executives in Singapore with regional or international responsibilities who need to travel overseas regularly for official and business purposes.
Travellers on this pass, which is not country-specific, will be required to abide by a strict controlled itinerary when they travel abroad for work, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) in a statement on Wednesday (Sept 23).
A new business travel pass is being piloted for senior executives in Singapore with regional or international responsibilities who need to travel regularly for official and business purposes.
Travellers on this pass, which is not country-specific, will be required to abide by a strict, controlled itinerary when they travel abroad for work, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) in a statement yesterday.
Upon return, the traveller will be given the
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In the investing game, it’s not only about what you buy; it’s about when you buy it. One of the most common pieces of advice thrown around the Street, “buy low” is touted as a tried-and-true tactic.Sure, the strategy seems simple. Stock prices naturally fluctuate on the basis of several factors like earnings results and the macro environment, amongst