When it comes to reading people, a glance can tell us some personality basics, but don’t count on it if you’re looking for love.
The stigma of child sexual abuse may prevent potential abusers from getting help before they commit harm.
Jen Bricker grew up idolizing Olympian Dominique Moceanu from afar. Then came an incredible discovery.
Can we catch OCD, anorexia, or schizophrenia the way we can the flu?
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