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My sister and I (not pictured) are only 23 months apart, but we couldn't be more different from one another.

My sister has borderline personality disorder, and a decade after her diagnosis, I still struggle to make our relationship work

"To add fuel to an already complicated fire, she developed aggressive Hodgkin Lymphoma at age 22, and treatment for her BPD took a back seat."
Eastern equine encephalitis is a potential deadly but rare disease that causes brain damage.

A 14-year-old girl in Michigan was put on a ventilator after contracting EEE. The rare mosquito-borne virus kills a third of people infected, and it&#...

One woman in Massachusetts has already died from the disease, which is also in Florida, New York, Massachusetts, and Delaware.
According to psychologist Gregory Kushnick, social media platforms like YouTube foster narcissistic behavior.

The feud between James Charles and Tati Westbrook is a reminder of how YouTube is the perfect breeding ground for narcissists

A psychologist explains how YouTube and other social media platforms create an environment for narcissism.
Ted Bundy on TV.

Facing dark thoughts like murder or rape fantasies could help us sympathise with ‘evil,’ according to a criminal psychologist

According to criminal psychologist Julia Shaw, the word 'evil' is defunct, and someone's humanity is a lot more nuanced than the worst decision they ever made.
Lady Gaga has spoken about her experience of PTSD.

Diagnosing the mental health of celebrities like Kanye West and Amanda Bynes from afar is damaging and dangerous

High-profile people are often subjected to rumours and 'armchair psychiatrists' when they behave in ways that seem out of the ordinary.
Psychopaths hide in plain sight.

The one trait that separates psychopaths from sociopaths

Sociopaths and psychopaths have many similarities, such as a lack of compassion and empathy. But there is one characteristic that separates them.

Chimpanzees display psychopathic behaviour in its purest form — and it’s helping us to better understand mental illness

Non-human primates may be able to tell us more about psychopathy than humans can.