Rachel Star Withers says that talking about her schizophrenia on YouTube has helped her. Some people who see the videos say the videos help them, too. Nii Ofoli Yartey/Courtesy of Rachel Star Withers hide caption

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How YouTube Videos Help People Cope With Mental Illness

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Giselle is pursuing a career in family medicine at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. For her, hiding her problems with anxiety and depression was not an option. Amanda Aronczyk/WNYC hide caption

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A Med Student Decides To Be Upfront About Her Mental Issues

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'Invest For Who You Are' And More Advice For Millennials' Financial Future

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Amanda Durio, 31, is a union carpenter. She plans to caucus for Bernie Sanders because she likes his message on "race" and "social classes." Asma Khalid/NPR hide caption

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More Americans across all ages are opting not to drive. Endai Huedl/Getty Images/fStop hide caption

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Like Millennials, More Older Americans Steering Away From Driving

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A woman prays at Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. The shift away from religion among Americans has taken place in a relatively short period of time. Matt McClain/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Poll Finds Americans, Especially Millennials, Moving Away From Religion

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Is The Resilience Of Millennials Underrated?

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Benjamin Purdy, 20, wants the next president to focus on prison reform. He says jailing non-violent drug offenders is "sucking so much money out of our budget." Asma Khalid/NPR hide caption

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From The Silents To Millennials, Debt Burdens Span The Generations

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Defeat By Deductible: Millennials Aren't Hip To Health Insurance Lingo

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Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., speaks to reporters on May 31 after leaving the Senate floor, where he spoke about surveillance legislation. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Americans Say They Want The Patriot Act Renewed ... But Do They, Really?

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Rather than only focusing on religious prayer, campus rabbis are embracing other cultural foundations, like traditional Passover Seder food and ethical values, to connect Jewish students to their roots. Alexander Smolianitski/Flickr hide caption

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Rabbis Diversify To Connect To Students; Just Don't Bring Up Israel

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Ellen McLain (center) meets with fans of GlaDOS, the popular character from the Portal and Portal 2 video games which she voices. Courtesy of John Patrick Lowrie and Ellen McLain hide caption

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The Unlikely Stars Of Americans' Favorite Video Games

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A man carries a surfboard past a Whole Foods store in Santa Monica, Calif. Whole Foods Market Inc. reported underwhelming second-quarter earnings on Wednesday. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Apps like Venmo promise easy, carefree money transfers between friends. Noah Nelson/Youth Radio hide caption

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The Risky Boom In Carefree Social Payment Apps

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More Americans are ditching traditional cash and plastic, opting instead for new mobile payment applications. But new research indicates cash isn't completely dead. Amy Sancetta/AP hide caption

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Is Cash-Free Really The Way To Be? Maybe Not For Millennials

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Many Baptist leaders consider marriage to be a foundation for adult life and some are actively encouraging tying the knot earlier. Rosemary Woods/Illustration Works/Corbis hide caption

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Southern Baptist Leaders Highlight Benefits Of Youthful Matrimony

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General Mills is bringing back the popular '90s cereal in a nod to nostalgia and in the hopes of boosting its weak cereal sales. General Mills/AP hide caption

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Marketers Turn To Memories Of Sweeter Times To Sell Cereal

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