A psychiatrist who previously treated John Hinckley Jr. and still interviews the would-be assassin has expressed reservations about a hospital proposal to allow Hinckley to live permanently with his mother
Students flooded social media this week to ridicule this tricky maths teaser about a teenage girl and her struggle with a sugary diet. Here’s how to solve it. Earlier this week this question was in the
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The gap between the richest and poorest in the U.S. is so wide that more Americans have started to assign themselves to lower socioeconomic groups. If you had to place yourself in a socioeconomic class,
In the wake of the tragic Germanwings crash, we are once again confronted with just how far away we are from understanding how to deal with mental illness in the workplace, especially in high-risk professions.
As the recent recession dug in, U.S. divorce rates started dropping. Not because everyone's happier, mind you: We just can't afford to split up. With our collective net worth down nearly 18 percent thanks
Are you worried that you worry too much? Many of us know what it feels like to feel anxiety. But how much anxiety is too much? What's normal? What's healthy? What's something to actually, you know, worry