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New research finds that socializing kids to drink at the family table -- often referred to as the "European drinking model" -- doesn't necessarily translate to more responsible drinking patterns. Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images hide caption

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With Drinking, Parent Rules Do Affect Teens' Choices

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Recent graduates might need to wait for coverage under their parents' plans. Andy Kropa/Getty Images hide caption

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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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