Author Toni Bernhard, who is house-bound and often bed-bound, says she's learned to cultivate joy through others. Courtesy of Wisdom Publications hide caption

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Learning To Live A Full Life With Chronic Illness

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New Food Labels: Confusing Or Helpful?

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Young Filmmakers Make Litter Scary

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High school players will experience more than 40,000 concussions this season. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Brain Injuries Haunt Football Players Years Later

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Severe mental illness among college students has increased dramatically over the last ten years.  The most common problem is anxiety and depression. Allison Rose/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Depression On The Rise In College Students

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