What happens when the author of a classic YA memoir of mental illness grows up?
Were the Isla Vista Killings Preventable? A GOP Congressman Thinks So, and He's Got Bipartisan Support.
May 29, 2014
Rep. Tim Murphy wants families to have more power in handling a mentally ill loved one.
They're teaching 76% of college classes. And they're confessor, crisis counselor, and social worker to their students.
Six ways a warmer planet is affecting your health right now
Everybody Is Anxious, and Nobody Wants to Talk About It
April 18, 2014
Is it possible that we’ve just watched too many Woody Allen films?
The U.K. Understands How To Treat PTSD. Why Does The U.S. Lag Behind?
February 28, 2014
Two to seven percent of British soliders report PTSD. Twenty-one to twenty-nine percent of Americans display symptoms. What can America do to close this gap?
Six Things the Media Doesn't Understand About Obamacare
November 18, 2013
People losing their insurance is a bigger story, unfortunately, than people getting insurance for the first time.
Should This Inmate Get a State-Financed Sex Change Operation?
October 30, 2013
It depends on what you think we owe society's worst.
Obstructing Obama Isn't in the House GOP's Self-Interest
July 30, 2013
When we last left the House Republicans, they were balking at bipartisan immigration reform while laboring to cut domestic spending to Neanderthal levels, not merely the Eisenhower-era levels of the sequester.
A major new study on Medicaid just became public. I know—nothing excites readers more than the phrase “major new study on Medicaid.” Bear with me.