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Internet addiction can harm academics

The study of the relationship between the use of internet technology, digital devices, and academic performance and behaviors has been a topic of interest for researchers...

Study: why we choose anxiety over relaxation

Pennsylvania State University performed a study in 2019 that examined the relationship between anxiety and strategic behaviors, like relaxing. According to the study, even though relaxation is...

The long arm of childhood experience

A recent study by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) based in Germany, studied the impact of socioeconomic status (SES) during childhood and its...

Mental illness reduces life expectancy

The World Health Organization defines mental health as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes their own potential, copes with the normal stresses of life,...

Suicide attempts on the rise in black teens

In a recent study performed by the Pediatrics Journal, it was observed that black children, particularly boys five to 11 years of age, experience an increase...

Dubrow on print culture in South Asia

Jennifer Dubrow, an associate professor in the Department of South Asian Civilizations at University of Washington, came to UTM last Monday to talk about her first book,...

Pollution might be cause of increase in violence

A study performed in the U.S. concluded that inflation in air pollution correlates with an increase in violent crimes, but poses no direct effect on property...

Internet addiction can harm academics

The study of the relationship between the use of internet technology, digital devices, and academic performance and behaviors has been a topic of interest for researchers...

Study: why we choose anxiety over relaxation

Pennsylvania State University performed a study in 2019 that examined the relationship between anxiety and strategic behaviors, like relaxing. According to the study, even though relaxation is...

The long arm of childhood experience

A recent study by the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) based in Germany, studied the impact of socioeconomic status (SES) during childhood and its...

Mental illness reduces life expectancy

The World Health Organization defines mental health as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes their own potential, copes with the normal stresses of life,...

Suicide attempts on the rise in black teens

In a recent study performed by the Pediatrics Journal, it was observed that black children, particularly boys five to 11 years of age, experience an increase...

Dubrow on print culture in South Asia

Jennifer Dubrow, an associate professor in the Department of South Asian Civilizations at University of Washington, came to UTM last Monday to talk about her first book,...

Pollution might be cause of increase in violence

A study performed in the U.S. concluded that inflation in air pollution correlates with an increase in violent crimes, but poses no direct effect on property...

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