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February 20, 2015, NBC News
A new study says sibling torment could be more common than aggression at school or in the neighborhood, and the perpetrators and victims don't even see it as bullying.
How you cope with stress before it happens may affect recovery, study suggestsFebruary 23, 2015, Fox News
Some strategies, like daydreaming about the problem fixing itself, might make you feel worse.
When kids think parents play favorites, it can spell troubleFebruary 23, 2015, NPR
Most parents have a favorite child, psychologists say, even if they try to be fair.
Mental health deaths in detention 'avoidable'February 22, 2015, BBC News
The deaths of hundreds of people with mental health conditions who were held in detention could have been avoided, an inquiry in England and Wales found.
Why eating late at night may be bad for your brainFebruary 21, 2015, Today
Experts studying the body’s internal clock have discovered eating at the “wrong time” of the day, may disrupt learning and memory.
YouTube depictions of drunkenness are light on consequencesFebruary 20, 2015, The Washington Post
Researchers are looking at social media videos as an opportunity to teach about the dangers of alcohol.