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1 in 3 American Adults Owns a Gun, Survey Finds

1 in 5 Teens May Be Bullied on Social Media

3 in 10 Americans Have Drinking Problem at Some Point in Their Lives

A Valentine's Kiss Is Just a Kiss -- Or Is It?

ADHD May Hamper Social Relationships Early in Life

ADHD Meds May Raise Risk for Psychotic Side Effects in Some Kids: Study

ADHD Tied to Obesity Risk for Girls, Study Contends

Adults Can Pick Up Perfect Pitch, Study Shows

Alcohol Abuse Common Among Med Students, Study Finds

Antidepressant Paxil Isn't Safe for Teens, New Analysis Says

Antidepressants Ease Postpartum Depression, Study Finds

Antidepressants Top Treatment Choice for Severe PMS: Researchers

Antipsychotic Drugs Will Become More Affordable, Study Predicts

Antipsychotics Don't Ease Delirium in Hospitalized Patients

Anxiety Meds Like Valium, Xanax Won't Raise Seniors' Dementia Risk: Study

Are Too Many Young Americans Getting Antipsychotics for ADHD?

Are We Programmed to Overeat in Winter?

Are You a Secret Santa or a Grinch? Brain Scans May Tell

At Dutch Euthanasia Clinic, Requests From People 'Tired of Living'

Attraction Can Grow With Time Spent Together

Beats Common to All Music May Bring People Together

Bedtime Texting May Be Hazardous to Teens' Health

Best Friends May Help Poor Kids Succeed

Big Brain Doesn't Mean Big Smarts

Bonding With Others May Be Crucial for Long-Term Health

Booze-Branded Merchandise May Spur Teen Drinking

Boys Victims of Dating Violence, Too

Bragging Can Backfire, Study Shows

Brain Chemical Dopamine May Boost Risk-Taking in Healthy People

Brain Differences May Explain Why Some With Schizophrenia Hallucinate

Brain Injury Linked to Raised Risk of Road Rage

Brain Scans May Take Guesswork Out of Schizophrenia Treatment

Brain Stimulation May Help People With Anorexia

Brains of Teens With Bipolar Disorder Develop Differently: Study

Breast Concerns May Sideline Many Teen Girls From Sports

Bullied as a Kid, Obese as a Grown-up?

Bullied Teens at Risk for Later Depression, Study Finds

Bullying Can Leave Lasting Mental Scars

California Right-to-Die Measure Could Soon Become Law

Cancer Patient's Health Affected by Spouse's Mood

Candidates With More 'Mature' Faces May Get Older People's Votes

Candy-Flavored E-Cigarette Ads Appeal to Young: Study

Cell Calls, Texts Can Distract Even If Unanswered

Certain Antidepressants May Be Linked to Bipolar Disorder: Study

Chantix Study Finds Little Evidence to Support Suicidal, Criminal Warnings

Child Abuse at Daycare, Youth Groups Rarer Than Thought: Survey

Children in Foster Homes Need Better Health Care

Chronic Fatigue Therapies Provide Some With Long-Term Relief

Cigarettes May Sabotage Alcoholics' Recovery

Clowning Around May Be Good Medicine for Kids Facing Surgery

Clubs, Adult Support Can Help Kids Stay Slim

Common Class of Breast Cancer Drugs May Not Trigger 'Chemo Brain': Study

Common Sports, Hobbies Often Popular Among People With Autism

Computer-Based Psychotherapy Not as Effective as Standard Care

Consistent Self-Weighing Might Give Your Diet a Boost

Constant Social Media Presence May Jeopardize Teens' Mental Health

Constant Traffic Noise May Boost Depression Risk

Could Brain Scans Help Guide Treatment for OCD?

Could Dim View on Aging Raise Your Alzheimer's Risk?

Could Genetics Be Key to a Nation's Happiness?

Could Germ From Cat Poop Trigger Rage Disorder in People?

Could Lots of Time Spent on Social Media Be Tied to Depression?

Could Psychedelic Drugs Be Good Medicine for Some?

Could Reducing Your Stress Levels Help You Lose Weight?

Could Too Much Cellphone Time Signal Anxiety, Depression?

Could Young Men's Low Heart Rate Predict Violent Crime?

Could Your 'Holiday Blues' Be Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Crave Coffee Too Much? Talk Therapy May Help

Crohn's Disease, Colitis Tied to Anxiety in Study

Dad's Involvement With Autistic Child Helps Mom, Too

Daily Smartphone Use Might Offer Clues to Depression

Daily Weigh-Ins Keep Dieters on Track

Daredevil at 20, Scam Victim at 70? What Being a Risk-Taker May Mean to You

Deep-Voiced Politicians May Have Advantage: Study

Delirium in Older Surgical Patients Threatens Recovery

Demi Lovato Gets Vocal About Mental Illness

Depression Common for Heart Attack Survivors, And More May Need Help

Depression Linked to Death of Many Heart Failure Patients

Depression May Intensify Anger in Veterans With PTSD: Study

Depression More Common in Daughters of Older Mothers, Study Suggests

Depression More Common in Kids Who Join Gangs, Study Finds

Depression Screening Should Include All Pregnant, Postpartum Women: Panel

Depression Tied to Some Risk of Parkinson's Disease

Desperate for Shut-Eye?

Do Cholesterol Drugs Affect Aggression?

Do Men 'Eat to Impress' When a Woman's Around?

Do More 'Selfies' Mean More Relationship Woes?

Do You Blame a Higher Power When You Get Sick?

Doctor's Empathy Boosts Patient Satisfaction

Doctors Should Screen Teens for Major Depression, U.S. Task Force Says

Does Facebook Lead Young Women to Dangerous Diets?

Dog Owners Help Scientists Get Inside Pooches' Minds

Early Birth Linked to Introversion, Neuroticism in Adult Life

Early Emotional Support May Help Kids Manage Feelings Later

Early Intervention Shows Promise in Treating Schizophrenia

Earthquake Survivors With PTSD Show Brain Differences

E-Cigarette Ads May Help Lure Teens to the Habit: Study

Envy, Thy Name Is Youth

ER Screenings Could Help Prevent Suicide: Study

ERs Often 'Safety Net' Care for People With Schizophrenia: CDC

Even Non-Obese Report Better Mood, Sex Drive After Dieting

Even Treated Depression May Raise Stroke Risk

Evidence Supports Medical Pot for Some Conditions, Not Others

Exercise Helps Ease Psychosis Symptoms

Extremely Small Preemies May Face Bullying, Mental Health Risks

Face-lifts Seem to Do Little to Boost Self-Esteem: Study

Face-to-Face Contact May Beat Email, Phone for Staving Off Depression

Face-to-Face Still Trumps Texts for Social Closeness, Studies Find

Families Like Looser ICU Visitation Policies

FDA Approves New Drug for Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder

FDA Could Approve First Female Libido Pill Soon

FDA Proposes Ban on 'Shock' Device Used to Curb Self-Harm

Feeling Old? Your Risk for Hospitalization May Rise

Financial Incentives Don't Spur Employee Weight Loss, Study Finds

Football Fans May Overestimate Chances of Favorite NFL Team

For Those With Social Anxiety, Acts of Kindness May Be Therapeutic

For Transgender Kids, Support Is Key to Emotional Well-Being

Forgiveness May Boost Older Women's Moods

Free Nicotine Patches by Mail May Help Smokers Quit

Funny Thing About Humor: It May Be in Your Genes

Furry Friends May Be Stress Relievers for Kids With Cancer

Go Ahead and Cry, You'll Feel Better

Good at Imagining Aromas? You May Be Prone to Weight Gain

Good Moods Infectious Among Teens

'Goth' Teens Report More Depression, Self-Harm

Graphic Warnings May Work Best to Keep Women From Tanning Beds

Gratitude May Be Key to Wedded Bliss

'Green' Office May Boost Brainpower

'Green Space' at School May Help Kids Learn, Study Suggests

Group Singalongs Could Be a Quick Icebreaker

Guys, Want to Be a Leader? Muscle Up

Hallucinations, Delusions Uncommon in General Population: Study

Happiness Might Sometimes Harm Your Heart, Study Finds

Head, Neck Cancer Patients May Be at Higher Risk for Suicide: Study

Health Tip: Focus on the Positive

Heart Defects at Birth May Raise Risk for PTSD Later in Life

Heart Transplant Mental Toll May Be Greater for Women

Heavy Pot Use Tied to Social, Money Troubles in Mid-Life

Heavy Waiters, Waitresses May Prompt Bigger Orders: Study

Heed the Warning Signs of Teen Suicide, Experts Say

Helping With Health Care Takes Heavy Toll on Caregivers

Homeless Youth More Likely to Visit Drop-In Center Than Shelter

Horror Films Really Can Curdle Your Blood

Hospice May Help Ease Depression After Loss of Spouse

How Parents Add to Math Anxiety

How Reliable Are Medical Studies? Half of Findings Couldn't Be Replicated

How the Brain Reads Other People's Faces

How to Mend a Broken Heart? Your Gender May Matter

How to Tell If Your Teen Has a Mental Health Problem

ICU Delirium Tied to Higher Death Risk, Study Says

If You're Craving Cookies, You Might Just Be Bored

Impulsive, Agitated Behaviors May Be Warning Signs for Suicide

Interrupted Sleep Not Good for Your Mood, Study Suggests

Is Brain Wiring to Blame for Some Teens' Bad Behavior?

Is Seniors' Dental Health Tied to Mental Health?

Job Stress Might Make You Sick, Study Says

Jumbo Portions Lead to Overeating, Study Confirms

Kicking the Nail-Biting Habit

Kids in Foster Care Have Tripled Rates of ADHD, Study Finds

Kindergartners With Traumatic Life Experiences Struggle More in School

Learning Daily Skills Prepares Kids With Autism for Adult Life

Light Box Might Help Nonseasonal Depression, Too

Living Together, Marriage Give Equal Boost to Women's Mental Health: Study

Loneliness May Fuel Mental Decline in Old Age

Lonely, Isolated People May Be Prone to Heart Disease, Stroke

Long Nursing Shifts Linked to Job Dissatisfaction

Losing a Parent in Childhood May Raise Suicide Risk Decades Later

'Love Hormone' May Help New Moms Heed Crying Babies

Main Dishes May Fall Flat After Stellar Appetizers

Making Sense of the Email Avalanche

Making Sense of the Senseless Violence

Many Americans 30 and Older Find Happiness Elusive

Many Cancer Survivors Struggle to Make Ends Meet

Many Depressed Teens Don't Get Follow-Up Care

Many Manly Men Avoid Needed Health Care

Many Men Have Body Image Issues, Too

Many Overweight or Obese Teens Don't See the Problem

Many Pet Owners Happy to Have Fido, Fluffy Share the Bed

Many Say Mental Health Care Is Vital, But Often Tough to Get

Many Seniors Given Antipsychotic Meds, Despite Potential Problems

Many Suicidal People Make Long-Term Recovery, Study Shows

Many U.S. Adults Sext, and It May Even Help Some Relationships

Many U.S. Adults Think Kids' Health Is Worse Today

Marijuana Study Counters 'Gateway' Theory

Mass Killings, School Shootings in U.S. May Be 'Contagious'

Meals on Wheels Can Deliver Emotional Nourishment, Too

'Medical Marijuana' Pill Falls Short in Dementia Study

Meditation May Help Ease Chronic Low Back Pain

Men Have Greater Self-Esteem Than Women, Especially in Developed Nations

Men in Red May Seem Aggressive, Angry

Men Who Feel Less Masculine May Be More Violent, Study Finds

Mental Disorders Increasing for Younger Smokers

Mental Health Problems in Childhood Linked to Adult Woes

Mental Illness Afflicts Many Juveniles in Jail

Mentally Ill Inmates Prone to Violence After Release: Study

Mice May Yield Clues to Winter Depression

Millennials More Accepting of Working Moms Than Past Generations

Mindfulness Therapy May Help Ease Recurrent Depression

Mindfulness Therapy Might Help Ease PTSD

Miscarriage Misunderstood, Often Leaves Women With Guilt

Misconceptions About Acne Still Common

Mixed Findings on Pot's Effect on the Developing Brain

Money Doesn't Buy 'Tweeners' Self-Esteem

Money-Dependent Spouse May Be More Likely to Cheat

More American Children Diagnosed With ADHD

More American Women Opting for Mastectomy, Study Finds

More Evidence Gay Parents Raise Well-Adjusted Kids

More Than a Quarter of New Doctors May Be Depressed

Most Americans Turn to Prayer for Healing, Survey Finds

Most College Students Stressed About Money, Study Finds

Most Families Cherish a Child With Down Syndrome, Survey Finds

Mouse Study May Offer Clues to Mysteries of Schizophrenia

Nagging Your Kids About Weight Might Backfire

Natural Surroundings May Promote Sound Sleep

Neglecting Teen Health May Lead to Bigger Problems as Adults

Neighborhood Rats as Depressing as Crime, Study Finds

Newly Enlisted Army Soldiers at Risk of Attempted Suicide: Study

No Link Between Anti-Smoking Drugs, Mental Health Issues: Study

Obesity Surgery Patients May Often Have Mental Health Disorders

Omega-3 Fish Oil Supplements Might Boost Antidepressants' Effects

Once-a-Week Sex Makes for Happy Couples: Study

One-Third of Incurable Cancer Patients Keep Working, Study Finds

Online Anti-Drinking Aids May Not Help Over Long Term

Online Psychotherapy May Help Some With Emotional Problems

Optimistic Outlook May Boost Hispanics' Heart Health

Optimistic Outlook May Boost Recovery After Heart Attack

Over 4 Million Working Americans Suffer From Anxiety Disorders

'Overwhelming' Evidence That Same-Sex Parenting Won't Harm Kids

Oxytocin 'Love Hormone' Nasal Spray Shows Promise in Kids With Autism

Pair Gamblers Anonymous With Other Treatments for Best Results

Palliative Care Cuts Costs for Cancer Patients With Other Health Problems

Panel Undecided on Screening All Kids for Autism

Parental Debt May Affect Kids' Behavior

Parents Can Play Big Role in Thwarting Teen Fights: Study

Parent's Depression May Harm Child's Grades, Study Finds

Parents' Depression, Anxiety May Contribute to Kids' Fussy Eating

Parents' Happiness Key to How Big Families Grow

Parents Should Be Involved in Teen's Bulimia Treatment: Study

Patient's Mood During Medical Procedure May Affect Outcomes

Peer Pressure May Have a Silver Lining

Pennsylvania Study Shows Fatal Drug ODs Soaring

People Gamble More When They Think Things Are 'Going Their Way'

People Have Less Faith in Generic Drugs, Study Suggests

People May Eat More of a Food That's Labeled 'Healthy'

People Perceive Tall Men in 30s as Most Dominant

People With Schizophrenia Face Much Higher Risk of Early Death

Plane Passengers' Near-Death Experience Gives Clues to Trauma's Effect on Brain

Pooches May Give Food to Their Pals, Study Shows

Poor Circulation in Brain Linked to Psychosis in Alzheimer's Patients

Poor Health as Teen, Poor Job Prospects Later, Study Suggests

Poor Thinking Skills in Seniors Linked to Heart Attack, Stroke Risks

Positive Outlook May Help Heart Disease Patients Heal

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder May Be Linked to Accelerated Aging

Prescriptions Continue for Most Who Survive Painkiller ODs: Study

Preventive Mastectomy May Not Boost Sense of Well-Being

Previous Mental Distress May Slow Concussion Recovery

Primary Care Docs the Leading Prescribers of Narcotic Painkillers: Study

Psoriasis Linked to Higher Risk of Depression

Psoriasis, Depression Often Go Hand in Hand: Study

Psych Therapies May Have Long-Term Benefits for Irritable Bowel Patients

Psychiatric Woes Often Drive Euthanasia Requests in Belgium

Psychological Disorders Affect 1 in 7 U.S. Kids Under 9: CDC

Psychopaths May Not Yawn Along With You

Psychosis Plus Pot a Bad Mix: Study

Psychosis Rarely Linked to Violent Crime, Study Says

PTSD Can Affect Female Vietnam War Vets, Too: Study

PTSD Symptoms Persist for Thousands of Vietnam Vets, Study Finds

Regular Pot Use as Teen Not Tied to Long-Term Health Problems: Study

Relax, Parents, Your Teen's Moodiness Should Subside, Study Finds

Research May Help Spot Soldiers at Risk for Workplace Violence

Same-Sex Marriage Offers Couples Psychological Benefits, Experts Say

Scans Suggest Recurrent Depression May Take Toll on the Brain

Schizophrenia Tied to Much Higher Risk of Suicide Attempts

Scientists Explore Morality's Home in the Brain

Scientists Explore Role of 'Love Hormone' in Boosting Social Ties

Scientists May Have Found 'Marker' for Schizophrenia

Scientists Uncover Clues to Origins of Schizophrenia

Screams Tap Into Brain's Fear Response

Secret to Staying Slim May Be as Close as Your Fruit Bowl

Sender Often Focus of Mobile Tweets, Study Says

Seniors Getting Smarter, Research Shows

Seniors' Worsening Depression May Sometimes Predict Dementia

Sense of Purpose in Life May Boost Longevity, Heart Health

Severe Depression Linked to Dementia in Seniors

Short Men, Heavy Women at Lifelong Disadvantage?

Singing Hits a High Note for Folks With Early Dementia

Single and Happy? Your View on Relationships May Be Key

Small Talk Can Boost Business Deals for Men, Study Says

Smiling Can Lead to New Relationships

Smokers May Be Less Likely to Vote

Social Life in Youth May Impact Health Decades Later

Social Life May Be Key to Suicide Prevention for Women

Soft Skin of Others May Be an Illusion, Study Says

Special Diets, Supplements Not Always Helpful for Kids With Autism

Spiders' Size Exagerrated in Minds of Those Who Fear Them

Spirituality May Benefit Cancer Patients

Standby Drug for Adult Bipolar Disorder May Be Safe, Effective in Children

Stereotypes Can Hurt a Patient's Care

Sticks, Not Carrots, May Work Best to Boost Employees' Health

Stressed Teens May Face Higher Diabetes Risk as Adults: Study

Stress-Prone Teen Males May Be at Risk of High Blood Pressure Later

'Stroke Camp' Seems to Help Caregivers Cope

Study Challenges Theory That Birth Order Determines Personality

Study Confirms Eating Disorders' Deadly Toll

Study Finds No Proof of 'Seasonal' Depression

Study Links Child Abuse, Neglect to Earlier Onset of Bipolar Disorder

Study Links Green Spaces to Longer Lives for Women

Study Maps Areas of Brain Linked to PTSD

Study Sees Possible Link Between Antibiotics and Delirium in Patients

Study Shows Arthritis' Toll on Work, Social Life

Suicide Risk May Rise for Some After Weight-Loss Surgery

Suicide Risk Rises Among Family, Friends of Suicide Victims: Study

Suicides Decline With Prevention Measures at Known 'Hotspots': Study

Supreme Court's Nod to Gay Marriage a Psychological Boost to Couples: Experts

Surgeon's Calming Words May Ease Stress of Surgery

Talk Therapy May Beat Light Treatment for SAD: Study

Talk Therapy May Help Depressed Teens Who Shun Antidepressants

Talk Therapy May Help Ease Insomnia, Even With Other Health Woes

'Talk Therapy' May Help Persistent Sleeplessness

Talk Therapy to Tackle Fear of the Dentist

Talk Therapy, Antidepressants Offer Similar Results for Major Depression

Teasing Girls About Weight May Cause Lasting Harm

Telecommuting Isn't Always a Win-Win Situation

The Health Risks Posed by Mindless Munching

Think Genes Drive Obesity? You May Eat Less Healthy

Think More Sex Will Make You Happier? Think Again

Thyroid Cancer Survivors: Good Prognosis, Gloomy Outlook?

Tips on Making the 'Great American Smokeout' Work for You

To Sway Anti-Vaccine Beliefs, Focus on Consequences: Study

Toddlers' Sweet Tooth a Weight-Gain Danger, Study Confirms

Too Few Psychiatric Patients Screened for Diabetes: Study

Too Much Facebook, Twitter Tied to Poor Mental Health in Teens

Too Much 'Feel Good' Brain Chemical May Trigger Social Phobia

Too Much TV While Younger May Hamper Middle-Aged Brain

Transcendental Meditation May Help Relieve PTSD

Transgender Discrimination Linked to Risky Health Behaviors

Transgender Transition Costs Make Economic Sense: Study

Transgender Youth Don't Have Hormone Abnormalities

Trauma Care Workers at Risk for 'Compassion Fatigue'

Trauma, PTSD May Raise Women's Odds of Heart Attack, Stroke: Study

Troubled Kids' Psychiatric Care Often Delayed by Insurance Rules

Tuning Into Your Favorite Music May Boost Post-Op Recovery

Two-Thirds of Americans Report Daily Discrimination in Poll

U.S. Autism Rate Unchanged at 1 in 68 Kids: CDC

U.S. FDA Approves New Drug for Schizophrenia, Major Depression

U.S. Report Urges End to 'Conversion' Therapy for LGBT Youth

U.S. Suicide Rate Up 24 Percent Since 1999: CDC

U.S. Violent Crime Rate Drops Significantly Since 1980s

Unhappiness Won't Kill You

Video Games Linked to Aggression, Psychologists' Group Says

Views of Green Space Help Students Perform Better: Study

'Wandering' a Hazard for More Than a Third of Kids With Autism

Wearable Electric Patch May Ease PTSD

Weight Loss Surgery May Boost Teens' Mental Health

Which Candidate? Study Examines the Voter's Brain

Wielding Power May Spur Testosterone Surges: Study

Wives Worry, Husbands Get Frustrated When Problems Arise

Women Soldiers No More Likely to Develop PTSD, Study Finds

Women Who've Battled Postpartum Depression Often Limit Family Size

Women, Poor, Uninsured Face Higher Risk of Psychological Distress: CDC

Workday Breaks Help Employees Reboot, Researchers Say

World's Population Is Getting Sicker, Study Shows

Young Gay, Bisexual Men May Be at Higher Risk for Suicide, Study Finds

Young Transgender Women May Face Mental Health Woes

'You've Got Cancer' Can Take Devastating Mental Toll