Psychology & Psychiatry

Study sheds light on why people self-injure

A study by a team of psychologists has revealed that people who self-injure often feel positively—as well as negatively—about their behavior.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Debunking the myths around self-injury

Non-suicidal self-injury is the deliberate damage of body tissue without conscious suicidal intent. It's more specific than self-harm, a broader term that can also include suicide attempts.

Pediatrics

Why kids should play more than one sport

(HealthDay)—Playing team sports is a great way to teach kids life lessons about leadership, teamwork and how to socialize with peers. Sports are also a great way to build self-esteem and gain physical skills. Most important, ...

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