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Brain Injury in Teens Increased Emotional Issues
Every year, more than half a million teenagers experience a serious concussion. These brain injuries often leave lasting damage, but to what extent?
Eating May Help Ease Relationship Anger
Couples married for a long time don’t often mention food when speaking of how they have kept the relationship going, but maybe they should.
Understanding the New Daddy Blues
Becoming a parent brings a host of changes that not every person is prepared for. Depression after a new child's arrival can occur for both mothers and fathers.
Habits that Make for a Healthy Mind
Mental Health is a complex topic, however some research has helped to identify certain habits and qualities that are often found in individuals who report strong mental health.
Violent Video Game Play Increased Aggression
More than 90 percent of youth in America play video games. Many of these games are violent and contain mature themes. Are they changing the way children and teenagers think about aggression?
Daily Habits That Will Make You Happier
Improve your mood with a few easy changes!
Connecting the Dots with Media and Well-Being
Limiting children's use of television is already one recommendation that pediatricians emphasize to parents. But what might it mean if kids use too much TV, computers or video games?
How Parents Use Cell Phones at Mealtime
Mobile phones have become an increasingly important and often demanding part of life today. But do they get in the way of parent and child interaction?
America's Unhappiest States
Gallup and Healthways created a list that ranks US states according to their "Well-Being Index." Here's the list of America's unhappiest states in 2013.
Improving Quality of Life at the End of Life
End-of-life care that supports dying patients’ needs is often provided when the patient has only two months left to live. But sooner may be better.