World Health Organization estimates that 55 percent of individuals in developed
countries like the U.S. are not getting the mental health treatment they
require. Can mental health apps help fill the void for the millions who lack
access to in-person care?
presented at the recent Pediatric Academic Societies meeting suggests that the
number of mental-health diagnoses among children with parents in the military
has increased in the past decade. Other research suggests that coordinated
medical care and specific social supports might help all children thrive.
A prominent researcher doesn't think kids should play tackle football. Is there a right answer in this debate?
Researchers find clues to why teens binge and which
brain areas may be most susceptible to danger during this sensitive period.
What is a "placebo effect" and how can it be neutralized?
Wrong-headed teen behavior isn’t due necessarily a lack of knowing right from wrong, but rather an inability to hold back the wrong answer or behavior. One of our series of Reports on Progress.