Humor that leads to groans and eye rolls may still help build stronger relationships between parents and children.
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
What men should know about cancer that spreads through oral sex
The childhood HPV vaccine can protect against head and neck cancer decades later.
What Is Palliative Care, Anyway?
Diane E. Meier, M.D. Director of the Center to Advance Palliative Car...
What Exactly is Ranch Dressing, Anyway?
Ranch is the most popular salad dressing in America — a position it has held since 1992 — and its versatility as a sauce makes it an ideal dip for everything from wings to pizza crusts (if you should feel so inspired). It actually has a pretty interesting history, too.[related]
Therapists Spill: What I’ve Learned About Fear
For many of us, fear is a four-letter word. We ignore it, dismiss it and despise it. We see it as another thing we’re doing wrong. After all, we’ve read that it’s best to be BOLD, BRAVE and FEARLESS. And we’re anything but. We see fear as a synonym for weakness and failure. We assume that courage is the absence of fear. But it’s not. And that’s not the whole story. Which is why we asked various therapists who specialize in anxiety to spill their lessons on fear—lessons they’ve learned from their own clinical training and work with clients. Below, you’ll find wise insights and valuable stories. Fear has a purpose. A critical one. Because fear can spark a slew of unpleasant and downright scary sensations throughout our bodies, we might yearn, we…
5 Tips for Preventing Marriage Burnout
Unrealistic ideas of "happily ever after" can ruin a good relationship.
How Do We Really Fight Drug Abuse?
A look at how drug prevention begins at home and what you can do to help keep kids away from drugs. Narconon has resources to help.
Dartmouth researcher finds way to predict human emotions
A Dartmouth researcher and his colleagues have discovered a way to predict human emotions based on brain activity.
How to Get the Most from Marriage Counseling
People are often curious about how to get the most out of their sessions with a marriage therapist. Who wouldn’t want to get their marriage back on the right track as quickly as possible? In addition, most couples do not have an abundance of extra money so they want to make sure their hard-earned cash …