The enemy could never break him, but what this decorated Green Beret eventually found was that his enemy was within. Friends who served with him in the military say he was the real “Captain America.”
As the number of coronavirus cases continue to surge across the nation, some might consider it a lost summer. But others are simply trying to make the best of it. FOX 5 NY spoke to two experts about how you can still celebrate the upcoming holiday and enjoy the summer, even if it's in a non-traditional way.
Federal regulators will vote in July on whether to make “988” the number to reach a suicide prevention hotline.
The behaviors include physical activity, not smoking, light-to-moderate alcohol consumption, a high-quality diet and cognitive activities.
The $53 million, two-year effort will include a public messaging campaign starting in the coming weeks to raise awareness about suicide at a time of increased social distancing and isolation during a pandemic.
Kids can start to socialize and get together with their friends, as long as parents reinforce the importance of safety measures, experts say.
The survey finds that just 14% of American adults say they’re very happy, down from 31% who said the same in 2018.
EndeavorRx is a game aimed at improving attention function and symptoms associated with ADHD in 8 to 12-year-olds.
Albuquerque Mayor Tim Keller announced that the city would create a “first-of-its-kind” cabinet-level department that would respond to calls on inebriation, homelessness, addiction and mental health.
Incidents like this intensify the anxieties that many blacks experience.
States are beginning to open up their economies after successfully slowing the spread of the coronavirus. Much of the credit for that goes to Americans dutifully following prescribed behavior.
Are we really ready for restrictions to be lifted?
The nation's mental health care system is struggling to continue treating patients in spite of the coronavirus. Even before the pandemic, access to mental health services in the U.S. could be difficult, including for people with insurance.
Dr. Raquel Bild-Libbin says no one should be embarrassed about feeling this way.
For 81-year-old Dell Kaplan, the offer to get calls from a stranger just to chat while staying home during the coronavirus pandemic was immediately appealing.
Erica Komisar, a psychoanalyst, said the coronavirus pandemic can affect marriages and other relationships.
For parents raising teens and tweens, the quarantine struggle is real, with their kids frustrated because they’re stuck inside, schooling at home, missing their friends, and feeling just plain bored. FOX 5 NY spoke to some experts for tips on how to keep everyone sane.
In a 2018 lawsuit, third-party contractors for Facebook said that the social media giant failed to properly protect them against severe psychological and other injuries that can result from repeated exposure to graphic material such as child sexual abuse, beheadings, terrorism, animal cruelty and other disturbing images.
The impact of this unemployment crisis on mental health can have long-term effects.
A steady diet of stressful news from the coronavirus pandemic is stressing many people out. They're feeling upset, anxious and need to get away. A poll shows that while nearly 9 in 10 Americans are following pandemic news either very or fairly closely, most people say they need to take breaks.