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Enhancing mental health support for veterans through technologyOpen in a New Window

National Geographic launches a voice meditation app for the veteran community.


More African American kids are dying by suicideOpen in a New Window

Nonprofit works to end the stigma of depression, anxiety, and other mental disorders in teens and young adults of color.


Why making a lot of money won’t necessarily make you happyOpen in a New Window

Study shows your happiness and satisfaction levels won't noticeably increase once your salary passes a certain point.


Preventing sexual harassment needs to start in early childhoodOpen in a New Window

Parents are an important part of teaching positive attitudes and skills for healthy relationships.


Can brain scans predict suicidal tendencies?Open in a New Window

Research shows that scans may be able to identify when people are having suicidal thoughts.


Brain patterns may predict people at risk of suicideOpen in a New Window

People who are thinking about killing themselves appear to have distinctive brain activity that can now be measured by a computer.


What experts know about men who rapeOpen in a New Window

Researchers say that clarifying traits and patterns is the most realistic path toward curtailing behaviors that cause so much pain.


How #MeToo could move from social campaign to social changeOpen in a New Window

Experts say coordinated action between activists groups is needed to turn #MeToo into a lasting legacy.


Does smoking pot lead to more sex?Open in a New Window

Study shows people who smoke more weed are having more sex than those who smoke less or abstain.


Do you let your mind wander? It could be a sign of high intelligenceOpen in a New Window

People who let their mind wander score higher on creativity and intelligence tests, and their brains may have extra capacity to quickly process information.


Wave of addiction linked to fentanyl worsens as drugs, distribution, evolveOpen in a New Window

Law enforcement agencies are challenged as they seek to curb the spread of fentanyl.


Seven ways to reduce stress in anxious timesOpen in a New Window

Large-scale worries are sabotaging our ability to cope, therapists say, and they have some tips for staying calm.


How fiction becomes fact on social mediaOpen in a New Window

Platforms like Facebook and Twitter offer up memes designed to feel real, if only for an instant — long enough for our minds to make a false connection.


Record number of cities advance LGBT rights in 2017, despite federal, state actionsOpen in a New Window

While a barrage of anti-LGBT bills in state legislatures made headlines in 2017, U.S. cities were quietly notching victories in the battle for equal rights.


Can fathers have postpartum depression?Open in a New Window

Studies show that you don’t have to give birth to develop postpartum depression.