A police car

Counselors And Cops Working Together Can Save Lives

Co-responder teams of police and mental health experts can better meet the needs of people in mental health crisis.


3:17Bipolar Disorder brochure

Why Is There A Shortage Of Psychiatrists?

0:55Booster shots of the Pfizer COVID-19.
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4.4M Americans Roll Up Sleeves For Omicron-Targeted Boosters

3:19Opioid oxycodone-acetaminophen pills
Patrick Sison, AP

States Begin Receiving Money From $26B Opioid Settlement

7:05Susan Meiklejohn wears a device for transcranial direct current stimulation

Breakthrough Device Could Ease Deep Depression

4:55Hill Country MHDDC Uvalde Mental Health Clinic

Mental Health America: Texas Ranks Last In Mental Health Care Access

Zach Cusson / Newsy

Hospital ERs Struggle To Treat Surge Of Mental Health Patients

5:05Children walk into a school

Teen Suicide Crisis: Colorado Parents Work To Reduce State's High Rate

6:53Twenty-eight-year-old New Yorker Chloé Valentine Toscano

How Disability Misunderstandings And Stigma Impact Mental Well-Being

3:41Dr. Lilian Abbo, center, receives a flu vaccine from Nicholas Torres, left, and a Pfizer COVID-19 booster shot
Lynne Sladky / AP

Experts Are Expecting High Flu Numbers This Year

5:45The National Alliance on Mental Illness in Mississippi

Advocates, Patients Push For Mental Health Resources In Mississippi

2:51President Joe Biden speaks during a meeting with state and local elected officials about reproductive health care
Evan Vucci / AP

President Joe Biden Claims The Pandemic Is Over

3:52Woman animation

Why Do Some People Live So Long?

5:52A counselor sits with a woman and her daughter

Swedish Program Aims To Fight High Youth Suicide Rate In Montana

6:09A doctor looking at scans of a patient's brain

Doctors Are Still Hunting For The Cause Of Long COVID Brain Fog

5:12Michelle Hammer and her mom

How One Woman Describes Living With Schizophrenia

2:23Heather Bodie

How Live Storytelling Is Helping People Cope With Mental Illness

6:18A lab technician prepares materials.
Rebecca Blackwell / AP

STD, STI Cases Rise Each Year. Why Isn't The U.S. Making Any Progress?

2:24billboard promoting testing for sexually transmitted diseases.
Nick Ut / AP

STIs In Newborns Have Significantly Risen Over The Pandemic

3:22a group of singers rehearse at Insight Memory Care

How The Power Of Music Is Helping Patients With Alzheimer’s

2:34Eye doctor looking at someones eye

Why Does Our Vision Get Worse As We Age?

Morning sunlight is reflected off buildings in the financial district of lower Manhattan in New York City, New York
Wong Maye-E / AP

U.S. Moved Online, Worked From Home More Often As Pandemic Raged

6:53Janaki Kates

Former Senior CIA Officers Describe Their Mental Health Struggles

4:37A child with asthma is shown.

Asthma Cases Are Getting More Severe In The U.S.

2:35Clean Is Mandatory Owner Andre Scott gives a customer a haircut

Nonprofit Trains Black Barbers To Be Mental Health Advocates

5:02Julie's Story
Julie Reed

Curbing People With Mental Illness Away From Jail

3:38Water trickles out of a faucet.
Steve Helber / AP

The EPA Is Investigating The Jackson, Mississippi Water Crisis

3:15A nurse communicates through glass.
Steve Senne / AP

Where Do Front Line Workers Go For Help With Mental Health Challenges?


America's Breakdown: Confronting Our Mental Health Crisis

3:34Joe Trohman of Fall Out Boy
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Some Musicians Play Through Mental Health Issues From Industry

Nurses striking.
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Thousands Of Minnesota Nurses Launch 3-Day Strike Over Pay