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Black and Hispanic youth are targeted with junk food adsOpen in a New Window

What researchers found was a growing disparity between what white youth and minority youth saw.

 

Reasons people don't change unhealthy habits, and what to do insteadOpen in a New Window

Focus on doing something every day that will help you get closer to your goal.

 

Americans more likely to die of opioid overdose than in car crashOpen in a New Window

Opioid pain relievers are the most fatally abused drugs and they're entirely legal.

 

How different cultures shape children’s personalities in different waysOpen in a New Window

Unique behaviors and characteristics seem ingrained in certain cultures.

 

Child abuse ups suicide risk in later lifeOpen in a New Window

Children who experience physical, sexual, and emotional abuse are significantly more likely to attempt suicide in later life, a study has found.

 

In the world’s ‘happiest countries,’ an increasing number of young people don’t feel well at allOpen in a New Window

Researchers acknowledge that the reasons young people are increasingly anxious or depressed are still not fully understood.

 

Is Facebook making you physically ill (as well as damaging your mental health)?Open in a New Window

Researchers found that people who look at other people’s Facebook profiles felt real negative physical symptoms.