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The most dangerous place for women is the homeOpen in a New Window

United Nations study shows women are far more likely to die at the hands of someone they know.

 

Autism prevalence now 1 in 40 US kidsOpen in a New Window

The new study relies on parental reporting which may be a limitation despite the broad scope of the research.

 

Sexual harassment and iPhone's AirDropOpen in a New Window

Without the proper settings, iPhone users can receive inappropriate messages from strangers.

 

Young English women are struggling with mental healthOpen in a New Window

Anxiety and depression are two of the most common mental illnesses.

 

Experts say mental health debate on guns is flawedOpen in a New Window

Health experts believe that blaming the violence on the mentally ill can be unfair and inaccurate.

 

Meditation helps vets with post-traumatic stress disorderOpen in a New Window

Meditation worked like traditional therapy for military veterans with PTSD in a small experiment.

 

Construction worker suicide rates are highest in the USOpen in a New Window

Males working in construction have the highest suicide rates in the country.

 

Concussions tied to doubled risk of suicideOpen in a New Window

Survivors of traumatic brain injuries may be more than twice as likely to die by suicide.

 

The great overlooked story of depressionOpen in a New Window

Depression doesn't have to be a lifetime psychological prison sentence, new research shows.

 

Hugs might help avoid bad moods after disagreementsOpen in a New Window

People who get hugs are less likely to experience a bad mood after a disagreement than those who don’t.

 

Can meditation help kids with autism better cope with sensory overload?Open in a New Window

For many kids on the spectrum, gaining control over the relationship between their mind and their body is a major challenge.

 

Dark roast coffee might reduce risk of Alzheimer's, Parkinson'sOpen in a New Window

New research suggests that coffee can protect your brain — and the roast matters.

 

How to fight workplace incivility over politics after the midterm electionsOpen in a New Window

Incivility hurts work relationships, morale, employee retention and business productivity.

 

Why you shouldn’t buy everything on your kids’ holiday wish listsOpen in a New Window

Giving your kids everything that they ask for can have detrimental effects on them financially and emotionally.

 

New study links air pollution to a higher risk of autismOpen in a New Window

Chinese research shows a link between long-term exposure to air pollution to an increased risk of children developing autism.

 

Pediatricians strengthen stance against spanking kidsOpen in a New Window

The American Academy of Pediatricians recommends that adults caring for children use "healthy forms of discipline".

 

More kids are showing up in ERs with mental health crisesOpen in a New Window

Researchers say their findings are startling and are seeing the same pattern across the country.