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Dr. Margaret Morris at Intel Corp. is designing a cell phone app to help manage stress in everyday life, in order to improve mental health and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease. Morris calls the app "Mobile Therapy." Courtesy of Dr. Margaret Morris hide caption

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Although millions of Americans take antidepressant drugs, there's only a little known about if and when it's safe to stop them. Ian McDonnell/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Dads may have some of the same triggers for postpartum depression as women, including shock from the major life change, sleep deprivation and financial stress that may come with a new baby. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Behind the Piles: A Look At Why People Hoard

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"Glamorous Gal," a P-51 Mustang. Gemma Watters/NPR hide caption

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Flight Lifts Wounded Warriors From Private Battles

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Texting behind the wheel almost killed 16-year-old driver Tyler Young. Courtesy of The News On 6 hide caption

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