Morning sunlight is reflected off buildings in the financial district of lower Manhattan in New York City, New York

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

New data offers the first reliable glimpse of life in the U.S. during the COVID-19 era, as the 1-year estimates from a 2020 survey were unusable.


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.
David Joles / Star Tribune via AP

Thousands Of Minnesota Nurses Launch 3-Day Strike Over Pay

3:21Church members stand.
Mark Black / AP

How Christians Are Coupling Biblical Concepts With Mental Wellness

4:13Johnny Pinchback, who spent 27 years in prison for aggravated sexual assault before DNA evidence cleared him
Tony Gutierrez / AP

Exonerees Share How They Cope With Mental Health Challenges

3:48President Joe Biden
Gemunu Amarasinghe / AP

In A Nod To JFK, President Biden Pushing 'Moonshot' To Fight Cancer

23:07Next Level: Are video games addictive?

Next Level: Do Video Games Help Or Hurt Our Mental Health?

6:40Shea Olcheski

Former Journalist Recounts Battle With Burnout, Mental Health Struggle

2:49A vial of ketamine.
Teresa Crawford / AP

Ketamine For Psychedelic Mental Health Healing Grows In Popularity

5:36Children attend school
John Locher / AP

How To Understand And Watch For Signs Of Child Abuse

1:36A wheel of baby Swiss cheese is displayed at the biennial World Championship Cheese Contest
Carrie Antlfinger / AP

Why Does Swiss Cheese Have Holes In It?

4:24A visitor makes a photo at the TikTok exhibition
Martin Meissner / AP

TikTok Is Helping Foster Conversations About Mental Health

A vial containing the monkeypox vaccine.
Nell Redmond / AP

U.S. May Expand Monkeypox Vaccine Eligibility To Men With HIV

3:45Water flows from a fountain.
Jim Cole / AP

Illinois Town's $13 Million Water System Will Bypass Forever Chemicals

5:36Jane Fitzpatrick

A Pediatric Therapist Speaks On Trauma Of Abuse In Children

5:27The World Central Kitchen
Jason Bellini / AP

World Central Kitchen Feeds Millions In Ukraine, But Winter Is Coming

5:30A doctor shows a Naltraxone implant.

Researchers Developing Implant To Fight Alcohol, Opioid Addiction

5:27Empty desks in a classroom
Michal Dyjuk / AP

New Orleans Students' PTSD Rank Higher Than The National Average

3:13A man and woman sit down at a table in a park

Psychologist Says There's A Rise In The Number Of Lonely, Single Men

6:20Reverend Denise Walden Glen

Focusing On Community, Faith And Mental Health After The Tops Shooting

6:45U.S. veteran Sergio Alfaro
Sergio Alfaro

U.S. Veteran Shares Message Of Hope After Battling PTSD

7:12U.S. Veteran Connor McDaniel
David McDaniel

The Struggle And Rising Need For Veterans To Get Mental Health Care

3:27A doctor stands at a desk.

Buffalo Tragedy Highlights Need For Black Mental Health Care Workers

3:53Joe Prude, brother of Daniel Prude, right, and his son Armin, stand with a picture of Daniel Prude in Rochester
Ted Shaffrey / AP

Officers Get New Partners In Effort To Decriminalize Mental Illness