In the three years after they go under the knife, patients who have bariatric surgery to aid in weight loss are more likely than they were before the operation to attempt suicide or end up in the hospital
Nancy Limos, whose 10-year-old son Christopher has cerebral palsy, says Francis offers respect ‘regardless of who you are, where you come from’ The mother of a disabled child blessed by Pope Francis on
A 51-year-old German woman is being evicted from her home of 16 years to make way for refugees, with shelters already full across the country A woman in Germany is being evicted from her home of 16 years
Hint: it has nothing to do with the beer's flavor. For the average beer drinker, the difference between an ale and a lager comes down to how the beer looks, smells, and tastes. Ales tend to be fruity-estery,
As she wrote in an article for Newsday, some days she would be bedridden, unable to eat or speak to anyone; other times she would lash out in anger at people she cared about, or cut herself to feel some
The federal government paid out as much as $51 million in green car subsidies for Volkswagen diesel vehicles based on falsified pollution test results, according to a Times analysis of the federal incentives.
Trisha Goddard: 'My darling sister committed suicide – now reckless MPs want to legalise assisted dying'
On World Suicide Prevention Day, TV presenter and mental health campaigner Trisha Goddard shares her own terrifying experiences of depression Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. It’s a day that holds
Farooq Mohammed has been on the road for the past three months, patching together a journey through Iran, Turkey, Greece, Macedonia and now Serbia. "I want to make my future," the Pakistani man says. 22
Craft beer drinkers, there's machine on the market that wants to be your new best friend. According to CNET, it's called Fizzics and it's supposed to make your store-brought beer taste better. The countertop
This week, Eater's friends over at culinary lab and cooking school ChefSteps are all about utilizing an underutilized tool. In the now grand tradition of putting things in the waffle maker to see what
If you live in the US, the odds are high that you haven’t taken a vacation this year (or last year, for that matter). Before enduring another year without an official getaway, either because of work commitments
Two dozen young refugees were rescued from the back of a van whose doors had been welded shut, authorities in Austria said Wednesday. The migrants, who are aged from 16 to 20 and are mostly Afghan nationals,
Many physicians doubted the existence of depression in children because they believed children lacked the mature psychologic and cognitive structure to experience such problems. Depression in children
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A German theatre troupe invited the public to pack into a refrigerated truck to give them a glimpse into the hardships experienced by people trying to reach Europe from war zones. Organised by the Schauspielhaus
Our first stop was in the historical city of Rome. I'm not much into touristy things, but I knew I had to see the Colosseum and the Vatican. Luckily, a friend who spent a summer in Rome gave me a crucial
Dr. Rich Mahogany has all the makings of a “real man.” An impressive mustache is the focal point of his stern, expressionless face. His voice is deep and monotone, claiming authority with every syllable.
Depression isn't an easily quantifiable medical disorder. Defined by moods and emotional states, it's subjective and difficult to measure. And because of that, it's often tough to determine whether or