Bad Diagnosis For New Psychiatry 'Bible'

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Tragic Result: Sniper Tries To Help Troubled Veteran

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Studies Question Potential Alzheimer's Treatment

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Opponents of same-sex marriage participate in the March for Marriage in Washington, D.C., on March 26, as the Supreme Court hears arguments on California's Proposition 8 ban on same-sex marriage. Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bans Of Same-Sex Marriage Can Take A Psychological Toll

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Amy Goyer moved back to Phoenix to look after her father, Robert, when he began to show signs of Alzheimer's. He is just one of 5 million Americans living with the disease. Sarah Brodzinski hide caption

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Alzheimer's Cases Rise, But Hope Remains

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Desktop Diaries: Daniel Kahneman

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Despite significant advances in neurology and imaging, researchers still don't have simple lab tests for diagnosing patients with mental disorders. Diagnoses are still mostly based on a patient's signs and symptoms. BSIP/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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Why Is Psychiatry's New Manual So Much Like The Old One?

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When Your Dad Is A Killer, How Do You Cope?

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Analyzing The Language Of Suicide Notes To Help Save Lives

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The Myth Of Multitasking

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