Diagnosing Self-Destruction
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New Clues to Memory Glitch Behind 'Senior Moments'
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Whether or not you'll someday get cancer or any disease can feel like a roll of hundreds of dice. Calculating the odds --€” and knowing what they mean --€” is tricky. Katie Harbath/Flickr hide caption

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Experimenting on Consciousness, Through Art
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Of Neurons And Memories: Inside The 'Secret World Of Sleep'
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Neuroscientists have found evidence to suggest feeling powerful dampens a part of our brain that helps with empathy. Vladgrin/istockphoto.com hide caption

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When Power Goes To Your Head, It May Shut Out Your Heart
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Reading, Writing, 'Rithmetic...and Respect?
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Liza Long's son, 13, struggles with rage and violent outbursts. After the school shootings in Newtown, Conn., Long wrote a blog post advocating for better care for mentally ill youth. StoryCorps hide caption

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A Mother And Son Live, And Cope, With Mental Illness
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