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Two sisters with a family history of mental challenges make a major gift to Cleveland Clinic to support mental-health research — hoping to help find better therapies for the future.
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A new study of aging, retired NFL players finds that multiple concussions may have had long-term effects on their lives, including depression and cognitive impairment.
Are those jingle bells sounding more like jingle blahs? If so, you’re not alone. Taking time out for gratitude can help you handle the holiday blues.
Will you be “dashing through the snow” this holiday season? If you’re a woman, your answer is likely yes. But watch out — women are more vulnerable to stress than men. Get stress-busting strategies from our women’s health expert.