Depression, Anxiety, and Stress among Health Science Students Belonging to Non-affluent Families

Introduction: Health science students face tremendous stress in psychological, academic, and existential areas as they progress through their education. A medical student who is put in a new school with a changing teaching schedule may require coping methods. The goal

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Determination Factors Associated with Psychological Outcomes of Healthcare Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic and its Effects on Quality of Life

The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic is putting healthcare workers (HCWs) under a lot of stress, which is hurting their quality of life (QoL). The goal of this study is to examine in depth the primary determinants linked to psychological

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Study on Psychiatric Disorders and Their MedicalSocial Consequences in Patients with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis and Members of Their Families

A total of 118 people with ALS and 97 family members were assessed. All of the patients and their relatives were observed by psychiatrists. The researchers wanted to see if ALS patients and their families had anxiety, sadness, habitual intoxications,

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Study on Depression as a Civilization-deformed Adaptation and Defence Mechanism

Depression is currently one of the most significant impediments to continued civilizational progress. Despite concerted attempts, it continues to be a significant health, social, and economic issue. We still don’t know much about the aetiology of depression, and treatment is

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Overbearing Impact of Media on Public Health during COVID-19

The penultimate source of one’s long-term survival is good health. However, with a pandemic as widespread as COVID-19, the negative impact on health becomes all-encompassing. Furthermore, as the world becomes more contemporary, the possibility of health-influencing elements increases. ‘Media’ is

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A Review on Depressive Disorders in Cancer Patients

Cancer transitions from a deadly condition to a chronic one. This viewpoint has widened the scope of treatment from just treating the disease to also managing cancer-related symptoms, such as mental problems. Affective disorders (depression and anxiety) are the most

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Health Initiatives Vitalize

This chapter examines HIV/AIDS surveillance activities carried out by state and local health departments in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States. The first goal is a historical analysis that focuses on the expansion

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Description of Psychological Distress and Coping Style in HIV-infected Patients

Background: The progression of HIV infection is associated with a considerable degree of mental anguish. The researchers wanted to see if there was a link between psychological distress, depression, coping style, and immune activity in HIV patients. The goal of

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African Americans and Depression: The Development of a Culturally Competent Depression Scale for Reducing Treatment Disparities

African Americans are more likely than Whites to be depressed for longer periods of time. In the traditional healthcare system, African Americans are frequently misdiagnosed and undertreated. The symptoms of depression among African Americans, according to research, are contradictory with

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A Cross Sectional Study on Prevalence of Depression in Patients of Vitiligo in Tertiary Care Centre in South India

The skin is a sensory organ that reacts quickly to emotional stimuli and plays an important role in tactile receptivity. The negative effects of vitiligo on one’s quality of life are discussed. Methods: A total of 100 vitiligo patients were

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