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New Hope for Depression

Every week, when Ian Hanley sits down with his therapist, he goes through a list of depression treatments he’s been researching online. The …

General Hospital

This CEO’s Response To An Employee Requesting A Mental Health Day Is SO Refreshing

Culture<p>Zeitgeist<p>This CEO’s Response To An Employee Requesting A Mental Health Day Is SO Refreshing<p>There’s been a lot of progress in removing the …

Mental Health

7 Facts About Psychopaths You Probably Didn’t Know

Psychopaths are everywhere. No really, they’re all over the place — on TV, in our favorite movies, in the office, or next to you on the subway. As …

These are the major differences between anxiety and stress, according to an expert

As someone who’s dealt with anxiety disorder for as long as I can remember, my “natural” state tends to be consumed with irrational fear, worrying …

Parents make a big difference just by talking

<b>The think tank's education director Andreas Schleicher explains how much positive impact can come from simple changes such as parents taking time to talk to their children and eating a meal together.</b><p>Perhaps the most distressing threat to student well-being is bullying, and it can have serious …

My 13-year-old daughter self-harms and I don't know where to turn

A father's heartbreaking account of his teenager's eating disorder<p><i>The children's charity NSPCC says nearly 19,000 children were admitted to hospital</i> …

Mental Health

Seriously: This Buzzy Drink Clears Acne and Flattens Your Stomach

We'd say it's a safe bet that while scrolling through Instagram, you've come across a pretty image of a yellow, frothy drink in a mug, probably in …

This Could Explain Why People With OCD Can't Overcome Their Urges

Never knowing if things are safe.<p>People with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) struggle to overcome their repetitious urges due to an inability to …

The Brain

Your Dog Might Look Guilty, But It's Feeling Afraid

Every dog owner knows that telltale look. You walk into the kitchen and see your freshly cooked casserole splattered over the floor—and your dog's …

Pets

The definitive Trump-Russia timeline of events

Follow our timeline of events on the Trump administration's ties to Russia.<p>Four Trump campaign officials have now been charged or entered guilty pleas as a result of the special counsel investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election.<p>Moscow, at the behest of Russian President Vladimir …

Donald Trump

John Oliver: Trump Is the Real Bathroom Predator, Not Transgender Kids

The ‘Last Week Tonight’ host blasted the president’s decision this past week to roll back protections for transgender kids.<p>This week, President Trump …

A Medicine That Blunts The Buzz Of Alcohol Can Help Drinkers Cut Back

If you drink more alcohol than you want to or should, you're not alone. A nationwide survey by the National Institutes of Health found that 28 percent of adults in the U.S. are heavy drinkers or drink more than is recommended.<p>Yet, most heavy drinkers don't get the help they need.<p>"The biggest …

Stereotypes die hard: What happens when you’re bulimic, but not thin enough for anyone to notice?

<b>(Illustration by Camily Tsai)</b><p>One young woman’s infuriating story should serve as a wake-up call for the medical community<p>Natalia Keogan<p>February 27, 2017 9:00am (UTC)<p>This article originally appeared on Narratively.<p>Eighteen-year-old Alexa Giardino sat with her legs dangling from an examination table. …

‘So, you know I have bipolar?’ – the perils of dating with a mental health problem

Dating is a tricky business at the best of times, but even more so if you have a history of mental illness. Here are some dos and don’ts …<p>Dating is hard. It’s paved with heartache and unrequited crushes and the blurting out of gabbled nonsense in front of the unimpressed person you like. When I …

A New Study Finds a Surprising Treatment for Migraines

Migraines affect 18% of women in the U.S., yet as common as they are, effective treatments aren't always easy to come by. People have sought costly …

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The story of these life-saving shots includes aborted fetuses, snatched cells, and a discredited theory that refuses to die.<p>Before vaccines, millions of children died horrific deaths each year from infectious diseases like whooping cough, polio, and measles. Today, thanks to vaccines, most of these …

Modern-day mental health: Brain imaging identifies different types of depression

<b>(hikrcn/Shutterstock)</b><p>Biological markers could enable tailored therapies that target individual differences in symptoms<p>Esther Landhuis<p>February 26, 2017 5:59pm (UTC)<p>This article was originally published by Scientific American.<p>For much of her life Anne Dalton battled depression. She seldom spoke with …

'Sometimes it’s worse when your child is alive,' mother of anorexic woman who refused treatment admits

It begins as an everyday story: a teenage girl who feels out of place among the catty sixth-form girls who make cruel remarks about her weight.<p>Where, then, does it end?<p>For Charlotte Green, the anorexia that dominated every day of her adult life ended quite predictably – at the age of just 39. She …