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Study: Narcissism On Rise In Pop Lyrics

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Researchers Rewrite The Guidelines For Diagnosing Alzheimer's

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'Beauty Shop': Soap Operas, Idols and Mental Illness

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A woman with Alzheimer's disease walks in a corridor at a retirement house in Angervilliers, France, last month. Sebastien Bozon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Changes Sought After Death At Calif. Mental Hospital

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Lowell Austin, an autistic student at Marshall University in Huntington, W.Va., receives tutoring from Stephanie Hurly at the university's Autism Training Center, one of several college programs highlighted on the website College Autism Spectrum. Jeff Gentner/AP hide caption

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Autistic Kids Learn To Survive, And Thrive, In College

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Craig Stenning, head of Rhode Island's mental health department, lets hospitals know where mental health patients are waiting and where beds might be available. Jenny Gold for NPR hide caption

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Mentally Ill Languish In Hospital Emergency Rooms

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Helen Reichert, 109, is adept at moving on after life throws her a curveball. Courtesy of Olive Villaluna hide caption

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Want To Live To 100? Try To Bounce Back From Stress

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Lead counselor Susan Crews speaks with children at an elementary school in El Paso. Monica Ortiz Uribe/For NPR hide caption

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Mexican Students Cope With Trauma Of Drug War

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Sifting Genes For Clues To Alzheimer's

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At a rally at Napa State Hospital in January, workers demand better safety measures for staff and patients. One worker carries a sign with a photo of Donna Gross, a hospital worker killed last year, allegedly by a patient. J.L. Sousa/ZUMAPRESS.com hide caption

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At California Mental Hospitals, Fear Is Part Of The Job

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