Study suggests self-determination as key to avoid caregiver burden

A Singapore study of family caregivers of the terminally ill suggests that self-determination is the key factor that can protect them from caregiver burden—a negative state impacting a carer’s wellbeing. The study, conducted by a team of Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore)psychologists through interviews with 20 family caregivers, revealed that they tend to be […]

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Discrimination on social media results in higher depression, anxiety among minority males

Exposure to ethnic discrimination on social media is associated with higher symptoms of depression and anxiety among young Hispanic males, according to a study by researchers at Florida International University’s Robert Stempel College of Public Health & Social Work. “Surprisingly, there is a lot of research about cyberbullying and social media but there really wasn’t […]

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