Our love for the game will bring a flood of dopamine during the World Cup of Hockey
Happiness. How do we get it? Are there instructions? Can we proactively and tactically approach something that is an emotion within our daunting, complex brains? Or is it all genetics, luck and circumstance? I think we can all agree that attitude has a big effect on how successful most people
'10% Happier': Mark Epstein
Buddhist psychiatrist and author, who writes about the overlap between Western psychotherapy and Eastern philosophies, sat down with ABC News' Dan Harris.
'After The View': April 28, 2016
"The View" co-hosts continue to discuss Hot Topics including women having it all and the upside of cheating.
Man Released From Jail After Serving 33 Years for a Crime He Didn't Commit
Keith Harward, 59, was convicted of raping a woman and killing her husband in Newport News in 1982.
Republican Presidential Debate
GOP presidential candidates meet head to head in the last debate before the New Hampshire primary.
Details of How Virginia Tech Students Allegedly Plotted the Murder of 13-Year-Old Emerge in Court
Details about how two Virginia Tech students allegedly planned the murder of a teenage girl and disposed of her body were revealed in court today when a judge denied a bail request by one of the accused who the prosecutor said had never met the victim before her death. How Police Say They Tied Teen
Pets on Prozac : Dogs Take Meds to Help with Anxiety
These New York City dogs suffer from the very real, very human, disorder of separation anxiety.
Pets on Prozac : Dogs Take Medication to Help with Separation Anxiety
Morgan Salinger rushes home at the end of her workday, hating to keep her partner waiting. “I don’t want to push it,” she said. “I don’t want him to feel the way he does.” It’s not so much that he’s jealous. He just misses her more than he should, and it kills her. “There is a part of me that feels
Some Anti-Depressants Linked to Rare Cases of Birth Defects
Researchers found the drug, Zoloft, was not associated with any increased risk.
Some Anti-Depressants Linked to Rare Cases of Birth Defects, Study Reveals
A new study has shed light on the complex interaction between anti-depressants and pregnancy by looking at thousands of women who took them before giving birth. The study published in The BMJ, previously known as the British Medical Journal, found that some popular antidepressants known as SSRIs