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Children who experience problems sleeping have a greater risk of developing mental illnesses later in life, including thoughts of suicide.
The Army's largest post saw a record number of soldiers kill themselves in 2010 despite a mental health effort aimed at reversing the trend.
Lawyer John Mahoney explains what your rights are for seeing a mental health professional.
Young children from military families are more likely to seek mental and behavioral health care when a parent is deployed than when a parent is at home, a military study has concluded.
NASA has been asked by the Chilean government through the U.S. Department of State to provide technical advice that might assist the trapped miners in Chile. Spokesman Michael Curie explains.
The nation's largest Army post can measure the toll of war in the more than 10,000 mental health evaluations.
One recipient explains why she's so proud of her job -- and being a federal employee.
VA's suicide prevention services make a difference. Veterans who used healthcare from the Department of Veterans Affairs were less likely to commit suicide. What is VA doing right?