Anxiety Disorders News
How parents and teachers can talk to kids about violence in Charlottesville
After the protests and deadly violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, kids may have a lot of questions for their parents and it can be challenging to find the explanations. Meghan Leahy, of Washington, D.C ., said she had a conversation with her 10-year-old daughter this week while driving to the
Ex-South Carolina trooper who shot man gets 3 years
A former South Carolina Highway Patrol trooper who shot an unarmed man during a traffic stop in 2014 has been sentenced to more than three years in prison
The science behind what causes stress
Plus, health coach and authors Amy Kurtz and Angela Benton demonstrate the effect stress can have, using the "GMA" audience.
Texas doctor seeks to stop child abuse before it can happen
A Texas doctor is hoping to stop child abuse and neglect before it can happen by adapting a predictive modeling system that has been successful in reducing violent crime
Molly Martens Corbett says husband was controlling, possessive: Part 1
Molly Martens met her future husband Jason Corbett when he needed a nanny in Ireland for his two children.
Woman sues hospital in death of 4-day-old son
An Oregon woman is suing the hospital where she gave birth to her son over the baby's death after she accidently smothered him at just 4-days old.
Former Google engineer fired for anti-diversity memo stands by his words
James Damore, software engineer, was fired from Google for challenging the company's diversity program and stating that women lag behind in the tech world due to their biology.
Woman whose son was found in suitcase pleads guilty to abuse
Prosecutors say the mother of a 5-year-old Massachusetts boy whose body was found in a suitcase by the side of a highway will not face charges in his disappearance but has pleaded guilty to abusing two of her other children
Maine man sentenced to life in prison for violent rampage
A Maine man who pleaded guilty to killing two men and injuring four other people is going to spend the rest of his life behind bars
Sikhs still fighting to be understood 5 years after Oak Creek temple massacre
Sikh Coalition activist Simran Jeet Singh talks with ABC News' Amna Nawaz about the challenges faced by Sikhs in America.