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Four primary solutions to address the specific needs of survivors with disabilities.
More and more people are experimenting with mental health apps and discovering their benefits and limits.
The history of American communes is one of imperfect people trying to make a perfect place.
The shortage highlights an ongoing, systemic failure to ensure vulnerable children have secure access to medically necessary, life-supporting products and equipment.
Addressing domestic violence solely through the criminal justice system often doesn’t fix the problem or promote healing, and may actually cause additional harm. More holistic, trauma-informed approaches can give people a chance to process the deeper reasons for their behavior and allow them an opportunity to change.
You can say that my parents came to America for a better life, and they got one. But American imperialism shaped their paths.
When it is difficult to see the truth, speaking it becomes even more essential, writes adrienne maree brown.
Studies show that parents are generally less happy than their childless peers—and lack of government support is largely to blame.
Six essential things to know about the month of Ramadan, from a religious studies expert.
Formerly incarcerated mental health care providers are supplementing traditional resources for those still in prison—with mutually beneficial results.
Black women like Jada Pinkett Smith and Representative Ayanna Pressley are coming forward to shed light on a little known hair loss condition that disproportionately affects Black women.
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