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Case Workers Report Greater Caffeine Intake

Due to roles requiring higher levels of emotional management, some case workers report greater job stress and lower well-being. Caffeine consumption and withdrawal can affect well-being and caffeine is consumed more frequently among workers in stressful positions. This project identifies and describes patterns for usage of caffeine, domains of workplace well-being, and correlations between caffeine intake and workplace well-being among case workers.

Ethnomedicines used by Kaani Tribes in the Forest and Towns of Kanyakumari District in Tamilnadu

Kaani Tribes have traditionally depended on harvests of forest, wildlife, and forest products. The main objective of this study was to see if the Kaani tribes have lost the knowledge and use of herbs in treating diseases while relocating to city life. Ethnomedicinal data was collected through Participatory Town Appraisal (PRA), which is based on interaction with indigenous people and direct observation in the field and interviews and discussions with Mootukani, the medicine man for the tribals.