High school students in Tanzania gather in a Mental Health Listening Club — first comes the soap opera, then the chance to ask questions about topics like depression. Omar Dabaghi-Pacheco for Farm Radio International hide caption

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Jena Lopez with her daughters Sophie, left, and Nora. Research suggests that parental support is the key to good mental health in children who transition. Ian C. Bates for NPR hide caption

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Parent Support May Help Transgender Children's Mental Health
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Kids' Grades Can Suffer When Mom Or Dad Is Depressed
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What Happens If You Try To Prevent Every Single Suicide?
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Sarah Silverman plays a profoundly depressed woman who has gone off her medication in the film I Smile Back. Broad Green Pictures hide caption

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Sarah Silverman Opens Up About Depression, Comedy And Troublemaking
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Is The Resilience Of Millennials Underrated?
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Studies May Overstate The Benefits of Talk Therapy For Depression
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Club Drug Ketamine Gains Traction As A Treatment For Depression
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After watching a sad video clip, students in the study were less able to accurately identify the colors in a blue and yellow spectrum. Christopher Thorstenson/Open Science Framework hide caption

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Take A Hike To Do Your Heart And Spirit Good
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Pregnant Women With Depression Face Tough Choices, No Easy Answers
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