Psychology & Psychiatry

Firearm injuries in kids leave lasting mental scars, study finds

Children and teens who survive a firearm injury have a high rate of developing new mental health diagnoses in the year afterward, even compared with kids who suffered injuries in a motor vehicle crash, a new study shows.


Examining transport solutions for health

A team from Brazil has looked at the different stresses on the human body when walking, cycling, and driving. Their findings suggest that taking non-motorized trips is the best option in terms of health and well-being.


Most Americans admit to driving while drowsy: Poll

Most people consider drowsy driving dangerous, but an estimated 37 million Americans still get behind the wheel at least once a year when they're so tired they can barely keep their eyes open.

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