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Despite Alzheimer's, Couple Holds Tight To Old Memories

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'Brainwashed' Examines the Value of Brain Scans

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What Does Electroshock Therapy Feel Like?

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Gloomy Thinking Can Be Contagious

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Depression May Increase The Risk Of Dementia Later On

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Soldiers advance toward a simulated Afghan town during a training exercise at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas, in 2012. While the suicide rate is rising in the military, it's declining for troops stationed at Fort Bliss, thanks in part to efforts to ramp up suicide awareness and prevention training. Brendan Johnson/Flickr hide caption

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At A Texas Base, Battling Army's Top Threat: Suicide

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Inside The Mind Of A Sociopath

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Conn. Law May Discourage Mental Illness Sufferers From Help

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The Human Voice May Not Spark Pleasure In Children With Autism

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Decoding 'the Most Complex Object in the Universe'

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Talk therapy is best for some people; antidepressants are better for others. Scientists say PET scans might help figure out early on what treatment a person needs. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Bad Diagnosis For New Psychiatry 'Bible'

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