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Have you got the wrong impression about schizophrenia?Open in a New Window

Schizophrenia does not mean you have a split personality or automatically become violent.


How being angry can (sometimes) be good for youOpen in a New Window

Science says there are some perks to getting angry.


More teens show up in ERs addicted to opioidsOpen in a New Window

Many youths go to the ER for some other reason and doctors discover they are also addicted to or dependent on opioids.


After Hurricane Katrina, many people found new strengthOpen in a New Window

Long after the floodwaters recede and the debris is cleared, the mental health impacts of disasters like hurricanes can linger.


People are living longer, but violent deaths are on the riseOpen in a New Window

Conflict, terrorism and gun violence are claiming more lives around the world now than a decade ago.


Why don't parents talk to their kids about money?Open in a New Window

Many parents' insecurities about money keep them from talking to their kids.


Alternatives to drugs for treating painOpen in a New Window

Specialists are exploring nondrug, noninvasive treatments, some of which have proved highly effective.


Are we putting too much blame on ‘emotional eating’?Open in a New Window

Researchers suggest response could be to dieting or deprivation in other areas of our lives.


There are many reasons clowns are so terrifyingOpen in a New Window

Those with intense clown phobia can experience real feelings common to anyone experiencing panic or anxiety.


Women in midlife aren't sleeping enoughOpen in a New Window

Insufficient sleep will exacerbate other issues associated with menopause including mood disturbance and weight gain.


Men more likely to 'marry up' as women become more highly educatedOpen in a New Window

Women are more likely to marry a less-educated man and bring more money to the relationship.


'Concussion' doctor says kids shouldn't play these sports until they're 18Open in a New Window

Doctor warns that children who play football, hockey and lacrosse could face a lifetime of health consequences.


Relationship problems? Try getting more sleepOpen in a New Window

Couples were more likely to be hostile when both partners were functioning on less than seven hours of sleep.


Why the aviation industry is waking up to fragranceOpen in a New Window

Recognizing the power of smell, businesses are starting to add a special aroma to their brands.


Helping children recover from the trauma of disasterOpen in a New Window

A child's exposure to stressors during and immediately after the disaster is a key factor.
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