Behavioral Health

See-through brain technology may lead to better treatments 
See-through brain technology may lead to better treatments
Scientists have developed a “transparent” brain technique that may lead to new treatments for brain disorders.
College athletes more depressed, study says 
College athletes more depressed, study says
Researchers take a closer look at depression among college athletes. Find out what triggers it and what you can do to help your loved one.
Time matters: What you should know about stroke 
Time matters: What you should know about stroke
The news of Margret Thatcher’s passing of stroke sheds light on the disease. Here’s what you should know.
More women cohabitating before they say ‘I do’ 
More women cohabitating before they say ‘I do’
More women are moving in with their partners before marriage. Hear what researchers say is behind the trend.
Dealing with an empty nest 
Dealing with an empty nest
Staying occupied once children are out of the house and all grown up can sometimes be a hard transition. Find out what you can do to stay occupied.
Helping seniors spot depression 
Helping seniors spot depression
When it comes to seniors, knowing the signs of depression can help prevent it before it starts.
Stressed out? Read this  Featured
Stressed out? Read this
Life’s pressures can lead to stress. In the short term, stress might not be a bad thing, but chronic stress can be dangerous. Getting a handle on it is essential, physicians say.