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Can money buy happiness?Open in a New Window

The key to contentment is not how much you earn, but how you feel about earning it.

 

What mental health needs should parents consider when sending a child to college?Open in a New Window

Parents should ensure that schools offer adequate mental health services on campus.

 

Why girls can be boyish but boys can't be girlishOpen in a New Window

The gender revolution among children tips in favor of the masculine.

 

Need a break?Open in a New Window

Try these research-backed ways to de-stress in only minutes.

 

Rich and poor kids learn similarlyOpen in a New Window

Study shows the relative influence of genetic and environmental differences was the same across groups.

 

Many people taking antidepressants discover they cannot quitOpen in a New Window

Some say they cannot quit because of withdrawal symptoms they were never warned about.

 

Sexual consent is a worldwide conversationOpen in a New Window

#MeToo is part of an ongoing wave of change worldwide.

 

How Amsterdam is reducing child obesityOpen in a New Window

The city's healthy-weight program has seen a drop in overweight and obese children.

 

After weight loss surgery, relationships can change as much as weightOpen in a New Window

For those in a relationship, bariatric surgery is associated with a higher rate of divorce and separation.

 

When you can't put your feelings into wordsOpen in a New Window

Alexithymia can harm your health, well-being, behavior and relationships.

 

When you need to take time off work for mental health reasonsOpen in a New Window

It’s important to know your rights and your company’s policies.

 

Some e-cigarette users may struggle to quit smokingOpen in a New Window

Smokers who say they want to kick the habit might have an easier time if they don't use e-cigarettes, a U.S. study suggests.

 

5 reasons sex is good for youOpen in a New Window

Having sex at least once a week was highly predictive of improved cognitive functioning.

 

Sad in the spring? Allergy-mood link is realOpen in a New Window

Experiencing an allergic reaction is a risk factor for developing depression.

 

How discrimination damages health in LGBTQ communitiesOpen in a New Window

Discrimination not only keeps some people away from needed health care, studies show it can create lifelong stress.

 

Alzheimer's getting costlierOpen in a New Window

Daughters and other relatives carry most of the responsibility.