A new study shows that children who are exposed to bullying during childhood are at increased risk of psychiatric disorders in adulthood.
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We all know the importance of staying fit and healthy, but what about our mental health?
Professor Barbara Sahakian, from Cambridge University, challenges society to prioritize mental health in the same way as we do physical health.
A new study from the University of London shows that better awareness of internal bodily signals like heartbeat is linked to lower levels of self-objectification.
by Dr. Nancy Ann Cotter
As I explained in What Is Yoga Good For ?, Yoga differs from conventional exercise programs in that it emphasizes body awareness, an attitude of kindness toward the body, and gentle movement past current limitations.
Here is a introduction to some of the more popular styles of yoga.