Mental wellness

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Reach out - you are not alone! Excerpts from a mental health webinar with Dr Renuka David, on how to cope with stress.

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Happiness is a choice. Dr Renuka David on how and why to stay happy and positive.

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Dr Renuka David in conversation with Jane Jeykumar on the impact of COVID-19 on mental health.

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Motivate yourself with these five habits of successful people around the world. Dr Renuka David shows you how.

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S.M.I.L.E! Dr Renuka David takes you through these fabulous pointers to radiate happiness.

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Dr Renuka David in a candid conversation with ace journalist Barkha Dutt.

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Dr Lakshmi Vijayakumar is one of India's ace psychiatrists, and the Founder of Sneha, India's premier suicide prevention centre. She was instrumental in the inclusion of suicide prevention in the National Mental Health Policy of India and is a member of the WHO's network on suicide research and prevention and a member of the International Academy of Suicide Research. She was the first Indian woman to be awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, United Kingdom. In a three part conversation with her, Dr Renuka David talks about mental health and suicide. Part 1.

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Dr Lakshmi Vijayakumar is one of India's ace psychiatrists, and the Founder of Sneha, India's premier suicide prevention centre. She was instrumental in the inclusion of suicide prevention in the National Mental Health Policy of India and is a member of the WHO's network on suicide research and prevention and a member of the International Academy of Suicide Research. She was the first Indian woman to be awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, United Kingdom. In a three part conversation with her, Dr Renuka David talks about mental health and suicide. Part 2.

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Dr Lakshmi Vijayakumar is one of India's ace psychiatrists, and the Founder of Sneha, India's premier suicide prevention centre. She was instrumental in the inclusion of suicide prevention in the National Mental Health Policy of India and is a member of the WHO's network on suicide research and prevention and a member of the International Academy of Suicide Research. She was the first Indian woman to be awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, United Kingdom. In a three part conversation with her, Dr Renuka David talks about mental health and suicide. Part 3.

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Neerja Malik speaks to Dr Renuka David on surviving breast cancer

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Sportswoman Alisha Abdulla on eating right!

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