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Listen to Cake Topple Your Brain

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Shankar Vedantam is a science writer for The Washington Post and a Nieman Fellow at Harvard University. Gary Knight hide caption

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How 'The Hidden Brain' Does The Thinking For Us

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The Face Of A Famous Skull Found On Flickr

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What Makes A Terrorist?

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Army Wives Battle With Their Own Mental Health

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Judi Chamberlin, an advocate for people with mental illness, died over the weekend at her home in Arlington, Mass., at the age of 65. Her 1978 book, On Our Own, became a manifesto for patients, and influenced the mental health establishment. Tom Olin/MindFreedom International hide caption

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Advocate For People With Mental Illnesses Dies

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Bryce Marcus is a fifth-grader at the KIPP Infinity School in the West Harlem neighborhood of New York City. His curriculum includes emotional development training that teaches him to replace negative thinking with more realistic and flexible thinking. Allison Aubrey/NPR hide caption

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Emotional Training Helps Kids Fight Depression

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Is The Rest Of The World 'Crazy Like Us'?

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Meds May Help Only Those With Severe Depression

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Charles Lord photographed the horrific conditions in the Philadelphia State Hospital, a mental institution better known as Byberry. Charles Lord hide caption

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WWII Pacifists Exposed Mental Ward Horrors

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Head Injuries May Redefine Football's Manly Image

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For Happiness, Spend Money On Experiences

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Man Who Inspired 'Rain Man' Dies At 58

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This Sept. 26, 2009, satellite image shows a facility under construction inside a mountain located about 20 miles north northeast of Qom, Iran. It's believed Iran plans to start enriching uranium at the previously secret facility in 2011. The recent revelation of a document purportedly from Iran about a nuclear trigger device further fuels suspicions about the country's nuclear ambitions. AP/GeoEye Satellite Image, IHS Jane's Analysis hide caption

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Document Sparks New Concerns About A Nuclear Iran

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