Mental Health

What Happens When We Don't Sleep?

May 31, 2014

Jeremy Shere, Ph.D., discusses what happens when we don't sleep with Jerome Seigel, M.D.

ADHD In Minority Children

May 31, 2014

ADHD has become one of the most commonly diagnosed mental health problems in kids. But did you know that minority children are much less likely to be diagnosed with ADHD?

How College Students Can Stay Healthy

May 31, 2014

Having a relationship with your grandparents is fantastic, but did you know that it may help ease the symptoms of depression?

Family Time Can Improve Health In Children

May 22, 2014
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Family activities are nice ways for parents and kids to spend time together. But did you know that they can also improve the social and emotional health of young children?

Study Links Hearing Loss And Depression

Mar 30, 2014
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Losing your hearing is troubling for many reasons. But did you know that it may lead to depression?

Sound Medicine: January 12, 2014

Jan 12, 2014

“Sound Medicine” announces a special program for Jan. 12, including segments about the potentially life-saving impact of cord blood donation, ineffective emergency contraception, and the effects of ostracism.

Migraines And Depression

Oct 27, 2013

Drinking alcohol in moderation can be healthful. And drinking too much can cause great harm. But did you know that shape and color of the glass your drink from may influence how much you drink?

Concussions In The NFL

Oct 13, 2013

In August, the NFL reached a $765 million settlement with more than 4,500 retired players. The players accused the league of withholding information about the link between football and traumatic brain injuries. Michael Kirk, producer of the Frontline documentary “League of Denial: The NFL’s Concussion Crisis,” discusses the documentary, the disbandment of the NFL’s Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Committee, and what researchers learned from former Pittsburgh Steeler Mike Webster.