“Is Social Media dangerous?” is a very common topic of concern and rightfully so. To give a straight and simple answer- yes, it is dangerous. To quote my dad, “It’s as if I was going to send you into a drug infested neighborhood and say, ‘Don’t be home too late! Have fun!’” He couldn’t be […]
Antidepressant use per capita in Türkiye increased by 76 percent in 12 years. In the last 2 years, sales increased by 10 million boxes. Sales of 49 million 857 thousand boxes of antidepressants in 2019 increased to 54 million 625 thousand boxes in 2020 and 59 million 641 thousand boxes in 2021.
A record 1.4 million children and young people sought NHS help for mental health problems last year. The disclosure sparked concern that mental health turmoil could be becoming “the new normal” among under-18s. Worries about money are the most common reason why young people (58%) suffer damage to their mental health.
On November 24, 2022, the BBC reported on the devastating food shortages that plague Afghanistan. The crisis is such that Abdul Wahab, a village father, is quoted as saying, “Our children keep crying, and they don’t sleep. We have no food. So we go to the pharmacy, get tablets and give them to our children, […]
The authorities in North Darfur launched an investigation into the death of two children from starvation in one of the districts of El Fasher, the state capital, two days ago. In a statement from Save the Children on Wednesday claimed it “is urgently calling on the international community to prioritize the humanitarian response in Sudan […]
Introduction: The Growth of Envy under the Western Civilization It has been observed that wherever the Western civilization has influence, in the Western world or the Muslim World, there is the development of a set of institutions, including social media and large-scale advertising, that create an atmosphere of materialism, in which people feel envious and […]