Self-help guru Harville Hendrix and his wife Helen LaKelly Hunt are offering free relationship therapy workshops to Dallas-area couples. Many of the couples who attend have never gone to relationship counseling. Courtesy of Darren Rollinson hide caption

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One Wealthy Couple's Mission To Save Marriages, En Masse

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What's In A Grunt — Or A Sigh, Or A Sob? Depends On Where You Hear It

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Anatomy Of A Dance Hit: Why We Love To Boogie With Pharrell

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Think Internet Data Mining Goes Too Far? Then You Won't Like This

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In epilepsy, the normal behavior of brain neurons is disturbed. The drug valproic acid appears to help the brain replenish a key chemical, preventing seizures. David Mack/Science Source hide caption

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Military Plans To Test Brain Implants To Fight Mental Disorders

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The Blind Woman Who Sees Rain, But Not Her Daughter's Smile

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"People are grappling with identity when they become parents, and they're also grappling with identity in terms of who we are online," says psychologist Daphne de Marneffe (not pictured). Jonathan Ross/iStockphoto hide caption

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What Those Baby Photos On Social Media Can Teach Us About Moms

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Work can be rough, but a researcher has found that for many people, being at home is more stressful than being at the office. iStockphoto hide caption

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Think Work Is Stressful? For Many, It's More Relaxing Than Home

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Rebecca Woolf takes a lot of photos of her children for her blog, Girl's Gone Child, but says she tries to not let the camera get in the middle of a moment. Courtesy of Rebecca Woolf hide caption

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Overexposed? Camera Phones Could Be Washing Out Our Memories

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Red blood cells infected with the Plasmodium falciparum parasite. Plasmodium is the parasite that triggers malaria in people. Gary D. Gaugler/Science Source hide caption

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Experimental Malaria Vaccine Blocks The Bad Guy's Exit

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Take Photos To Remember Your Experiences? Think Again

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