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For people grieving a loss or facing thoughts “about what could have been or what may never be,” there are ways to find solace.
American teenagers are reporting severe levels of anxiety and depression. But when Connecticut moved to expand mental health services in schools, it ran into fierce opposition in one town.
A 4-year-old in Ohio is one of hundreds of children worldwide who have developed unexplained liver problems in recent months.
We asked Times readers to share the tips and tricks that have gotten them through the tougher moments of parenting. Here are some of the gems.
My sister and I searched for clues in our mother’s desk — and in her life — for why she left us and this world.
The Omicron surge — both the illness and precautions that came with it — bungled many a holiday gathering. Now, some are making up for it.
Starting in the 1960s, three physicians in Rochester, N.Y., began secretly using their own sperm to help women become pregnant.
Peter taught me to laugh at fate as we lived our dream. At least for a while.
I had no example of love, not for girls that looked like me. Until my cousin Tiffany.