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Tax on millionaires boosts California mental health servicesOpen in a New Window

A tax on the wealthy is helping to reduce homelessness, incarceration and hospitalization.


Students to walk out nationwide protesting gun violenceOpen in a New Window

Student walk out protest is the biggest demonstration yet of the student activism against gun violence.


Teenagers are sexting - Now what?Open in a New Window

Experts suggest parents should talk to children about relationships and developing sexual identities.


Daytime drowsiness increases risk of Alzheimer's in elderlyOpen in a New Window

Daytime sleepiness in cognitively normal elderly leads to a buildup of a plaque in the brain, a preclinical stage of Alzheimer's.


Rich people are less likely to notice youOpen in a New Window

Study shows your socioeconomic status affects the way you think.


Adult brains do not grow new neuronsOpen in a New Window

Discovery could change treatments for memory loss diseases.


How to gain power at work when you have noneOpen in a New Window

Networking across your company, cultivating charisma and developing expertise in an emerging area are keys to success—and can be learned.


Your smile changes stress levels of those who see itOpen in a New Window

Study suggests that our brains may read the subtle differences between different types of smiles, which apparently affect our stress levels.


What escape rooms can teach you about your relationshipsOpen in a New Window

Escape rooms require understanding the other’s nonverbal cues or weaknesses, essential factors to helping each other.


Women at worker are meaner to each otherOpen in a New Window

Research suggests women are ruder to one another at work than any other combination.


Alcohol and coffee (in modest amounts) linked to long lifeOpen in a New Window

Not everyone agrees, but a daily cup of coffee and glass of wine may play a role in longevity.


Opposites don't attractOpen in a New Window

People's attraction to differences is vastly outweighed by our attraction to similarities.


Millennials in the UK 'set to be fattest generation'Open in a New Window

UK millennials are on track to be the most overweight generation since records began.


Opening mental hospitals unlikely to prevent mass shootingsOpen in a New Window

Experts say ramping up institutional care likely would not have prevented recent tragedies.


Juuling is a trend popular with kids. What does it mean to juul?Open in a New Window

New vaping device may contain as much nicotine as a pack of cigarettes and looks like a computer flash drive.


This is your brain on prayer and meditationOpen in a New Window

There is research backing the idea that meditation and prayer can trigger the release of feel-good chemicals in the brain.


Teenagers' spending habits revealedOpen in a New Window

Girls start spending more than boys as they enter their teens and discover more expensive shampoo and make-up.


Could the future of mental health treatment be digital?Open in a New Window

Professionals gather to rethink the world’s approach to treating mental illness.


How to make friends as an adult — and why it's importantOpen in a New Window

Friendships protect the brain and body from stress, anxiety and depression.