Two young women stand in silence after placing flower near Sundvollen close to the Utoya island, near Oslo, Norway, Tuesday, July 26, 2011, where a gunman Anders Behring Breivik killed at least 68 people. Ferdinand Ostrop/AP hide caption

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When Bigotry Becomes Madness

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On Life And Ideas: A Relative's Ashes Reclaimed

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Metropolitan State Hospital employees and supporters gather outside the gates of the hospital in Norwalk, Calif., earlier this month to protest repeated assaults at the hands of mental patients and what they call dangerous working conditions. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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Violence At Calif. Mental Hospitals: 'This Is The Norm'

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Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction teaches simple techniques — such as using slow breathing — to focus your attention. iStockphoto hide caption

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Rethinking Tinnitus: When The Ringing Won't Stop, Clear Your Mind

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'Brain Bugs': Cognitive Flaws That 'Shape Our Lives'

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Betsy Brooks remembered her father, Charles Brooks, during a recent visit to StoryCorps in New York with her boyfriend, John Grecsek. StoryCorps hide caption

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Alzheimer's Brings Daughter, Dad Together

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Reassessing Anonymity In 12-Step Programs

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The announcement highlighted President Obama's efforts to remove the stigma associated with the unseen wounds of war. In January, President Obama announced new government-wide initiatives to support military families, including programs aimed at preventing suicide. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Using revamped photo lineup procedures, a Dallas police officer shows a victim of a robbery a single photo of a suspect in an interview room at police headquarters in 2009. Dallas officially adopted lineup reforms two years ago, and last month the state of Texas said all police departments must review lineup procedures. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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To Prevent False IDs, Police Lineups Get Revamped

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Civics teacher Devin Carberry talks about the bystander effect in relation to the Holocaust with his high school class at the ARISE Charter School in Oakland, Calif. Greg Miller/From the April 29, 2011 issue of Science magazine. Reprinted with permission of AAAS. hide caption

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'Evil Scientist' Wants To Teach People To Do Good

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Guitar Heroism: Veterans Fight PTSD With Music

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Dr. Ray Dorsey video chats with his patient, Victor Jarzombeck, from his office at Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore. Dorsey has been treating Jarzombeck, who lives nearly 350 miles away in New Hartford, N.Y., for three years. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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The Parkinson's Doctor Will Video Chat With You Now

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Why US Continued Eugenics Programs Post-Holocaust

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