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Students can use the excused school absence just as they would sick days, changing the stigma around mental health in a state that has high suicide rates.
Plus: 7 weird examples of how women pay more than men for the same thing.
I never thought I’d find myself in an empty house with an uncertain future.
Students will receive at least five hours of classes each year, beginning in the 6th grade.
Comedian Steve Way joins Caroline Modarressy-Tehrani to discuss his hit Hulu show “Ramy,” and which 2020 candidates are best on disability policy.
As we dealt with Sammi's medical condition, the world around us misunderstood what being on such a restrictive diet really meant.
More than 1,600 people have died since August in what is the second-deadliest Ebola outbreak in history.
Genes account for about 80% of a child's risk of developing autism, a massive new study finds. Here's what parents need to know.
Prejudice, not medical science, is driving some states to limit or deny Medicaid payments for gender assignment and other procedures.
How I used yoga to heal the damage yoga did to my mind and body.
“Growing up in the light with a million eyes on you just isn’t normal," wrote the youngest KarJenner daughter.
Ryan Reynolds, Demi Lovato and Kendrick Lamar are just a few of the many celebrities who have spoken out about mental health.
The Health and Human Services Department notified clinics it will begin enforcing a ban on abortion referrals and on federal funding for reproductive care.
"I was depressed," the Sports Illustrated model wrote. "I had no appetite, was drinking way too much, smoking, couldn’t sleep."
“I’m sorry for them and have empathy for them and the challenges that they’re going through,” said Kevin Burns.
Talking in your sleep is generally harmless, but there are a few cases where it can be cause for concern.
And what about meatless bacon? We compare the pros and cons.
Lisa Boltman's 25-year struggle with anorexia took a toll on her mind and body, but it didn't destroy her marriage. This is how she — and the relationship — have survived.