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Why Don't Domestic Violence Victims Leave?

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Why Do Good People Do Bad Things?

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David Oliver sits quietly as he waits for the results of a scan at Ellis Fischel Cancer Center in Columbia, Mo., in 2012. The University of Missouri research professor was diagnosed with cancer in September 2011. He broke the news to colleagues via a video on the Internet. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Amid Syria's Crisis, Mental Health Care For Refugees

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In Wyoming, a gun is used in about three-quarters of all suicides. Nationally, guns are used about 50 percent of the time. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Battling Suicide In A 'Gun State' Means Treading Carefully

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Alzheimer's 'Epidemic' Now A Deadlier Threat To Elderly

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Can Just One Concussion Change the Brain?

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A recent study finds that relatives present during resuscitation attempts suffer fewer psychological effects later. istockphoto.com hide caption

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Postpartum Depression Affects 1 In 7 Mothers

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'One Nation Under Stress,' With To-Do Lists And Yoga For All

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Forgiveness Isn't All It's Cracked Up To Be

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How Did Our Brains Evolve To Equate Food With Love?

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Study: Depression, Autism And Schizophrenia Share Genetic Links

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Balancing Work, Medication And Mental Illness

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