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How to outsmart your COVID-19 fears and boost your mood in...

Laurel Mellin, University of California, San Francisco After a year of toxic stress ignited by so much fear and uncertainty, now is a good time...

Playing football can improve mental health – new research

Mark Llewellyn, University of South Wales; Alecia Cousins, Swansea University, and Philip Tyson, University of South Wales Playing football is a good way to get...

Exercise as therapy: its surprising potential to treat people with multiple...

Alessio Bricca, University of Southern Denmark and Søren T. Skou, University of Southern Denmark Hundreds of millions of people of all ages worldwide live with...

Why sign language is vital for all deaf babies, regardless of...

Kimberly A. Wolbers, University of Tennessee and Leala Holcomb, University of Tennessee When their newborn failed a hearing test, Quinn and Kai were distraught. Their...

African American teens face mental health crisis but are less likely...

Rebecca Klisz-Hulbert, Wayne State University Black youth in the U.S. experience more illness, poverty, and discrimination than their white counterparts. These issues put them at...

Black men face high discrimination and depression, even as their education...

Shervin Assari, Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science and T.J. Curry, University of Edinburgh Are you a highly educated and relatively wealthy Black...

Ashamed over my mental illness, I realized drawing might help me...

William Doan, Pennsylvania State University I’ve lived much of my life with anxiety and depression, including the negative feelings – shame and self-doubt – that...

Why teen depression rates are rising faster for girls than boys

Jean Twenge, San Diego State University We’re in the middle of a teen mental health crisis – and girls are at its epicenter. Since 2010, depression,...

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Voters are starting to act like hard-core sports fans – with...

Michael Devlin, Texas State University and Natalie Brown Devlin, University of Texas at Austin During Donald Trump’s presidency, the American electorate became more divided and...