North Texas Hospital Providing Virtual Mental Health Treatment To Children During Summer BreakThe conversation around mental health has become critical and doctors say it can impact children already suffering from anxiety and depression.
As COVID-19 Cases Spike In Louisiana, Texas Tightens Travel Rules From The Neighboring StateSaying the move is being made to slow and manage the growing pandemic, Texas is ratcheting up restrictions one of the growing hot spots for COVID-19 -- neighboring Louisiana.
U.S. Could Lose 14 Million Jobs: Are We Entering A Depression?The Federal Reserve of St. Louis estimates the nation's jobless rate could hit a staggering 32% within months.
New Report Links Social Media Use To Mental Distress In TeensA new review of several studies shows the potentially harmful impact of social media use on teenagers.
Rise In Suicide Attempts In Texas Prisons Alarms AdvocatesThe number of officially logged suicide attempts among Texas prisoners has nearly tripled in the last decade.
High Hopes & Hype For Experimental Depression Drug KetamineThe "chameleon" drug ketamine is finding new life as an unapproved treatment for depression and suicidal behavior.
‘Don’t Do It’: Fort Worth Police Rescue Suicidal Woman From OverpassDash-cam video shared on social media by the Fort Worth Police Department shows officers talking a suicidal woman off the ledge of an overpass.
Model, Lady Gaga's Muse 'Zombie Boy' Commits SuicideRick Genest modelled for fashion designer Thierry Mugler, appeared in Vogue Japan and was once the face of Jay-Z's Rocawear fashion label.
Police Find Body Of Missing Plano MomPlano police found the body of Libby Elizabeth Michelle Davis, 28, near where the young mother drove her car off the turnpike on Wednesday. 
Kate Spade Foundation To Donate $1M For Suicide PreventionKate Spade New York has announced plans to donate $1 million to support suicide prevention and mental health awareness causes in tribute to the company's late founder.
CDC Says Fewer Teenagers Having Sex & Using DrugsWhile sex and drug use are on the decline among teenagers in the United States, other health risks -- including suicidal ideation and bullying -- do not appear to be subsiding.