Austerity-speak has dictated criminal justice reform, but it will take expensive commitments to effect real change.
“We’re social creatures. We’re looking for any way to connect.”
Could You Handle the Psychological Toll of an Ebola Quarantine?
October 24, 2014
21 days in your house, and you can't come in contact with anyone.
Stressed Out? Your Smartphone Could Know Even Before You Do
September 22, 2014
Researchers at Dartmouth have developed a data-gathering app that can help predict a student's mental health.
Can Science Offer New Answers to Mental Illness?
August 15, 2014
No matter how much progress we make, mental illness is still largely a medical mystery.
Robin Williams' Death Is a Wakeup Call for Mental Illness
August 12, 2014
The mentally ill still lack the health-care coverage and treatment they need.
Is Modern Culture Making Us Crazier?
July 31, 2014
The science behind America's deepening disturbance.
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.