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Mentally demanding jobs linked to slower cognitive decline

By C. E. Huggins NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People with mentally challenging jobs, like air traffic controllers, doctors and financial analysts, tend to stay mentally sharper while on the job and following retirement, results of a new study suggest.

S. Korea to respond 'swiftly,' 'actively' to herd behavior in financial market: official

SEOUL, Jan. 10 (Yonhap) -- South Korea will closely monitor the financial market and remain ready to respond "swiftly" and "actively" to any herd behavior that may intensify market volatility, a senior finance ministry official said Friday. Vice Finance Minister Choo Kyung-ho made the remarks during a meeting with other policymakers in Seoul designated to review the latest macroeconomic and financial market conditions.

Therapists help with Philippine typhoon mental health

Dozens of psychologists were starting work in the typhoon-raked Philippines Wednesday to help dazed survivors deal with the psychological fallout of one of the country's worst ever disasters. The operation is an early attempt by health professionals to head off what they fear could be serious problems down the road, even as the physical scars from the tragedy begin to heal.

Training course concludes at GCU

A 10-day certificate training course on “Eidetic Psychotherapy and Eidetic Model of Growth” concluded at the Government College University (GCU).
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