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Resilience is a set of skills—and psychologists know how you can learn them.

Giving Tuesday donations to people in need. Honor your family or friends with a gift that will help families lift themselves out of poverty.

When workers have a union, they have a voice on the job. Working together, they negotiate good wages and working conditions so they can provide a better life...

In the Deep South’s cities, simply applying for a job exposes a particularly pervasive and isolating form of poverty

We surveyed the region to find the movers-and-shakers who are shaping the South with community-minded ideas and projects.

People with serious disabilities and their caregivers often struggle to find dentists who have the ability and desire to take care of their teeth. Cost is another issue.

People living with schizophrenia or other serious mental illnesses say a pet can be not just a comforting companion but a reason to stay engaged with other people — and with life.

Covers side effects that patients may have during chemotherapy and ways to manage them.

A recent study by Jamie Desjardins, Ph.D., an assistant professor in the speech-language pathology program at The University of Texas at El Paso, found that hearing aids improve brain function in persons with hearing loss.

Evidence says lower-income people do better in affluent neighborhoods, but rich residents don't want them there.

Noah Rahman has moderate Cerebral Palsy affecting his communication, cognition and upper and lower body movement. When he turned two, his language, cognitive abilitity and fine ...

You don't have to choose between a creatively fulfilling job and paying the bills.

When world leaders meet this September, they must commit to do more for refugees and migrants.
Add your name to the petition to call on governments to guarantee the safety of people forced to flee
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Parents have long struggled to find compassionate health care for adult children with profound disabilities. Those in Kentucky now have a place to go.

Whether it’s getting into a routine or knowing when to give up, here are the habits creative people have cultivated.

Can't argue with science: A person isn't responsible for having a mental illness.