Self concept and relationship difficulties Relationship Difficulties
  The concept we have of ourselves begins to be created already from the first months of life, starting from the first reports. We build, in fact, the first perceptions of us from the way others perceive us and from the way we perceive ourselves in our relationship with others.

    The responses from the significant figures of childhood to the child's initiatives form the basis for his future expectations in the relationship with the world. In relation to the different experiences of oneself with others, who later integrate themselves according to the roles played in the enlarged society, one creates one's own identity which subsequently tends to confirm itself, assuming a certain stability, in fact, what we think of ourselves influences our behavior and therefore triggers specific reactions from others. A child who represents himself as worthy of love and importance and others as responding to his needs, as…


Depression     Every one of us feels sad at some point in our lives. Usually, those feelings of sadness go away after a short period of time. But if the feelings of hopelessness, despair, and sadness last long and just won’t go away, maybe the depression is over. Depression is a very big and common mental illness that comes in the way of how you think, feel and act. It interferes with your abilities and makes it difficult for you to perform your daily tasks. Activities you already enjoy do not stay as pleasurable. However, no matter how dejected you are or how bleak the world looks, you will get well and the first step in this is to know what depression is .

Clinical Depression Symptoms Following are the symptoms of depression:
Depression Mood: Sad, empty, helpless, tearful or hopeless, I think nothing will ever get better and life will doom you to Anger mood: High and feeling anger even in small doses Fall of flowers: Inability to enjoy and enjoy in everyday activities and also in p…


Sleep disorders: causes, consequences, remedies
   In collaboration with Humanitas News Editorial published on 4 August 2016 in Diseases and Cures
Sleep disorders affect many people, compromising, in some cases, their quality of life and altering the normal physiological activities of their body. Many people do not know how to deal with these disorders, much less how to solve them. Lack of sleep can cause chronic fatigue, decreased attention and concentration and irritability. Furthermore, prolonged insomnia can have harmful effects on health. We talk about it with Dr. Lara Fratticci, a neurologist in Humanitas.

   How many hours of sleep are needed for a person to feel "rested"?
For most people it is enough to sleep 7 to 8 hours a night. Then there are the so-called "long dormitories", which need 10 hours. There are also "short dormitories", for which 5 or 6 hours of sleep are enough to feel good and do not complain of excessive daytime sleepiness or a …


The surprising effects of stress on our health
 23 July 2015
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   A little due to the excess of tension at work or in studies, partly due to economic problems or difficult interpersonal relationships, most people live their lives in a stressed way. Not only that, but we have become so used to stress that it is now an integral part of our lives.

    Furthermore, the fact that we are aware that stress causes difficulty in falling asleep, headaches and possible depression does not surprise us, because it is something we have already accepted. In fact, stress can be even more dangerous than you think.

Stress is not always bad    We need to know that stress is not always negative: everyone has noticed that, at least once in a lifetime, in a pressured environment, stress has been helpful to achieve better results. This is due to the brain's response to fight or flight when it detects …


    We all know that physical activity is good for health, we are bombarded almost every day with services that tell us "drink lots of water, eat healthy and do physical activity". The ancient Romans recited "Mens sana in corpore sano", proving that the importance of having an athletic body to have an active mind was already known.

    Today, however, the lifestyle has changed, the comforts of the modern world have arrived, cars, buses, few people do manual labor and many have jobs that require minimal physical effort, often sitting in front of a PC for whole days.

    A sedentary life is like a silent killer that can have worrying consequences on your health.
But maybe you are still not convinced ... even if you hear it say to the doctor, friends, TV and magazines every day you still aren't sure why you have to exercise?

    Sport consists in deputation to the body a number of the very best virtues of the soul.
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   A child undergoes an X-ray in an Indian field hospital in Malakal.   “On guard of the health of the inhabitants of the whole world”
Since its founding, the United Nations has been active in global health care. The leading role in these activities within the UN system is played by the World Health Organization (WHO), whose Charter entered into force on April 7, 1948 - on this day we celebrate World Health Day every year. From the very beginning, WHO's priorities have been the fight against malaria, tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases, the protection of the health of women and children, nutrition and environmental sanitation. Many of these issues remain on the WHO agenda, with relatively new diseases such as HIV / AIDS, diabetes, cancer, and outbreaks of viral infections such as severe acute respiratory syndrome, Ebola hemorrhagic fever, or Zika fever.

   In 1948, WHO took charge of the development of the International Classificatio…


PhD Funding for Student Health
  Public health work needs the protection and education of the public to contribute to overall health and reduce the risk to people, which limits access to health care. sick to one patient at a time. In other words, health workers do not diagnose or treat patients alone as doctors and nurses do in the clinic.

  Health professionals are problem-solvers who are constantly looking for solutions in the community and global health. Individuals who work in public health enjoy the challenges that battle and create protection. Being able to report health hazards and then start planning ways to address them, puts employees in their position.

  They identify the needs of the community through literature and relationships. This information is then used in conjunction with legal decisions for community members to obtain solutions. A lot of community health is a place of providing students with a lot of ability to evaluate while maintaining a focus on learning.