Adonis Holmes, 17, was recognized as a Student of the Month recently by the Lansing Rotary Club for his dedication to his school and his fellow students.
Lansing resident Ricky Ramirez hopes his compassion for others will lead to a successful career in psychology.
INDIANAPOLIS | A death row inmate at the Indiana State Prison in Michigan City has won the chance to argue he's become too mentally ill in prison to be executed.
When Amy Nowaczyk realized the personal connections she could make as an elder law attorney, she decided to pursue it as a career.
The egg nog is flowing, the lights are twinkling and words like "joy" and "jolly" are in season. But not everyone feels that joy or is in the mood for holiday festivities.
Most of us see gambling as a way to have fun, but 1 in 10 gamblers develop a problem when it comes to controlling their gambling habits. Two percent of gamblers even develop pathological addiction symptoms. Gambling addiction is as real and as dangerous as being addicted to drugs or alcohol …
Babies don't learn to talk just from hearing sounds. Scientists discovered that starting around age 6 months, babies begin shifting from the intent eye gaze of early infancy to studying mouths when people talk to them.
Babies don't learn to talk just from hearing sounds. New research suggests they're lip-readers too.
UNIVERSITY PARK | Jon Carlson, professor of psychology and counseling at Governors State University, has received the American Psychological Association Award for distinguished career contributions to education and training in psychology. The award was presented at the APA's annual conventio…
It has been said that the problem with youths today is they have no direction. We've all heard that one. And as proof we point to school dropout rates, juvenile delinquency, young adult felony convictions, the shortage of entry-level jobs which forces "the kids" to be still living at home an…
It's summertime, and the living is easy. Especially if your job is ranked as a low-stress job.
May is Mental Health Month. Some days it seems like every disease, cause, and/or constituency has a day or month named after it. The sheer number of such honored causes makes many of them go by barely noticed. Here's why should you pay attention to Mental Health Month:
VALPARAISO | It took being depressed for Bill O'Hanlon to want to learn what it takes to be happy.
Inside every one of us lurk insidious limiting beliefs set to detonate when we attempt a goal. You start doubting yourself; you think you aren't talented or worthy enough to achieve the goal, so why bother? Here are some tips on how to stop the sabatoging self talk.
When you feel anxious, experts recommend practicing basic mindfulness, a meditation technique that can help people cope with conditions like depression, anxiety and chronic pain.
David Cox remembers being deployed, looking at his loaded weapon and thinking of ending his life.
Dan Reynolds always has had difficulty finishing things, but it wasn't until he couldn't get his grandson to focus on music lessons that he felt like he had been through this before.
PORTAGE | Portage High School graduate Doug Samuel has been recognized by a national organization for his work on personality disorders.
There is help for children having visual difficulties that cannot be managed fully with eyeglasses or contact lenses. It's a specialty of Dr. Steven A. Levin, a National Optometrist of the Year Recipient who has treated thousands of children during his 37 years of practice.
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