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arrow Hargai Nyawa

13-02-2009
Jangan terkejut jika tindakan membunuh diri adalah satu daripada penyumbang utama kematian di dunia. Pertubuhan Kesihatan Dunia menyatakan, seorang membunuh diri setiap 39 saat.

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arrow Lifestyle’s role in ageing

  12-02-2009
Wrinkles are not only due to genetics but are also brought on by stressful environmental factors such as a divorce, abnormal weight loss and use of anti-depressants.

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arrow Staying calm 'prevents dementia'

6-02-2009
People who are more laid back are less likely to develop dementia in old age, a study has suggested. Research published in the journal Neurology asked 500 healthy elderly people to fill out questionnaires about their personalities.
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arrow Mental illness alone not a trigger for violence

  3-02-2009
Severe mental illness such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and major depression does not make a person more violent than anyone else but adding substance abuse does, researchers said on Monday.

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arrow Anxiety attacks: Why you should not hit the panic button

22-01-2009
Having a panic attack or feeling anxious is normal when you’re stressed or in an unpleasant situation. Some people may be more prone to such attacks, with debilitating effects (to a point which they no longer function normally). When this happens, a panic attack becomes an illness that must be treated.

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arrow Naughty kids often fair badly as adults

  19-01-2009
Children who badly misbehave in school are more likely to end up with a dud job, poor mental health, teen pregnancy or divorce, according to a British study published recently.
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