Millions of people will turn their clocks back an hour on Sunday, but for some the extra hour of sleep gained is not worth the hours of daylight lost.
It’s the way many women relax at the end of a busy day: having a nice glass of wine. But, when does when one glass become one glass too many?
Nearly 60 million people experience a mental health condition every year. But only a fraction of those conditions are ever detected.
Psychologists believe video games could be a new way to reach people who need help.
A new study finds that the downside to global social networks is the potential to ‟aggravate or even induce psychotic symptoms” in psychologically vulnerable patients.
A war-crimes judge at Guantanamo Bay is pondering the way forward for five detainees accused in the Sept. 11 attacks after ordering a separate trial for one of them.
A new study has found that depression in children can start as young as preschool.
It’s not always easy for parents to get honest answers from their teens. But a new statewide study is offering new insight into what they’re doing and thinking.
Police commissioner Anthony Batts says the department is reviewing its policy on responding to calls at hospitals in the wake of a teen patient’s death days after he was stunned during a struggle with officers.
In the wake of the deadly shooting spree at the Mall in Columbia, a big question looms: how do we stop this from happening again?
Columbia mall shooter Darion Aguilar had a disturbing fascination with the Columbine High School massacre. That fascination grew in the weeks before he killed two employees at the mall.
There’s disturbing new information about the Navy Yard shooter who killed 12 people in a rampage. Confidential medical files reveal doctors did not detect any mental health issues.