Loneliness is now an epidemic , and as bad for us as smoking. We're looking at the high costs of emotional isolation.
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Christina Patterson revealed she found a voicemail from her mother six months after her death. Therapist Andy Langford shared how grieving has changed in the 'digital age'.
Chloe Lindahl sheds light on the lack of importance placed on resources for mental health on college campuses.
As the backlash against smartphones builds, and science lags, parents are waging a fraught battle with their kids and other parents
The practice could be doing more harm than good for kids.
There’s a lack of resources and funding. More inpatient treatment beds and outpatient programs are needed.
It starts without warning—or rather, the warnings are there, but your ability to detect them exists only in hindsight. First you’re…
Imagine if prisoners sat in classrooms learning about climate science or poetry — just like college students. Or even with them.
Norway saw a decrease in recidivism rates after they began treating inmates more humanely. North Dakota is adapting the same to make a dent in prison reform.
Mental health isn’t just an athlete thing. What you do for a living doesn’t have to define who you are. This is an everyone thing.
The legacy of the pioneering Croatian and Nets guard -- his skill, his fight, his joy -- still runs through the NBA and Europe.