"Guide them to rehabilitation before it is too late"
The key is to foster a contemplative relationship with social media, rather than an addictive one
Tips from a former advertising insider
Largely based on findings in Australia, which removed branding from tobacco packaging two years ago
Go ahead and pour yourself another cup
A new federal report reveals holes in how we treat chronic pain
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"Weight status is not just a symptom of willpower and education," a researcher says. "There may be psychological factors in play too"
"People should stand up and listen"
Nicotine, in any form, can prime the brain for harder drugs
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Cheap crack pipes, free booze, and free heroin are part of a larger "harm reduction" approach to help addicts kick their habits—and it's working
As part of Twelve-Step programs, they act as support, friend, mentor, and advisor—but they're also former addicts and shouldn't be treated as experts
How Sean Rad and Justin Mateen took over single Millennials' phones.
How Sean Mateen and Justin Badeen took over single Millennials' phones.
Cities unveil plans to fight the latest urban scourge: distracted walking
After weeks spent offering up increasingly desperate excuses for the glitchy rollout of Obamacare’s insurance exchanges, Health and Human Services Secretary...
A year after the game's mobile launch, we still can't stop playing. The app's designer and psychology experts weigh in on exactly what makes it so irresistible...