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Kerala Govt Demands Central Govt to Ban ‘Blue Whale’ Game

Kerala Govt Demands Central Govt to Ban ‘Blue Whale’ Game

The government of Kerala will submit a request before the Centre to officially block the online social media game Blue Whale that psychologically overpowers its players and forces them to end their life.Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, concerned over the alleged proliferation and told the assembly that the state government was keeping a vigil since there

Play Anand story friendship peppered teenage emotions

Play Anand is a story of friendship peppered with teenage emotions

In the play Anand Express, three teenage protagonists embark on an exhilarating, comic, and emotional journey. The play, first performed in Mumbai, is set for two shows in Delhi this weekend.It is one of seven plays brought together by Aadyam Theatre for their third season. Three years ago Aadyam, an Aditya Birla initiative, started with

Teenagers has trouble waking up in the morning : Why?

Teenagers has trouble waking up in the morning : Why?

Teenagers trouble waking morning daily post india news. In the past, studies had shown that teenagers who get up in the night to check messages on social media are more likely to feel constantly tired at school than others.A lot of research has been done on the role of sleep for teenagers. Now, a new

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Why teenagers should never take diet pills ? Here’s why

Why teenagers should never take diet pills ? Here’s why. Diet pills are never a good idea and a terrible one if the people consuming them are teenagers. Researchers at the Canadian Pediatric Society have found that while diet pills are unsafe for all ages, they are especially harmful for teenagers due to the presence

How teenagers learn differently than adults

New York: An adolescent’s ability to learn and form memories is closely linked to the reward-seeking behaviour of the brain, researchers have found. “Studies of the adolescent brain often focus on the negative effects of teenagers’ reward-seeking behaviour,” said Daphna Shohamy, Associate Professor of psychology at New York’s Columbia University. However, the study found that

Is technology a boon or bane for teenagers? 

We need to understand that human beings are lazy by nature and would love it if other people did all their work. The introduction of technology has done precisely that. If you notice, over the years we have stopped writing letters; we now write informal emails. We do not remember phone numbers, we depend on

Why teenagers become obese at puberty

London: When young teenagers reach puberty, both girls and boys tend to experience a rapid drop in the number of calories that they burn, finds a new study. The research, that also explains the dramatic rise in childhood obesity in puberty, found that 15-year-olds use 400 to 500 fewer calories while at rest per day

Online video games may boost teenagers’ intelligence

Sydney: While spending hours on Facebook or other social media sites can lead to bad results in school, playing video games may not have such adverse effects. A new study has found that online video games can even sharpen math, science and reading skills in teenagers. The video games could help students to apply and sharpen

Only 25% Indian teenagers happy with mobile service providers

New Delhi: Only a quarter of teenagers in India feel communications service providers understand their lifestyle and offer services to match it while 36 per cent said they were experiencing poor customer service for over a year, a survey revealed on Tuesday. Announcing the results of a global study into the digital behaviour and expectations