The American Psychiatric Association has updated “The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders” for the first time in 19 years, making some controversial changes. Psychiatrists Dr. Gail Saltz and Dr. Sally Satel talk about what it means for mental health professionals and patients.
New research from Yale University indicates even after being diagnosed with skin cancer, some patients haven’t been able to stay away from the sun, or make lifestyle changes that would protect them from the sun’s rays. NBC’s Brian Williams reports
Two survivors of sexual assault, UNC Chapel Hill student Andrea Pino and former student Annie Clark, join Joy Reid to talk about their complaint against the university and the responses they’ve heard from people across their school and the country.
Are you still waiting for your Prince Charming to sweep you off your feet? Dr. Michelle Callahan of Women’s Health explains how you can wake up from the fairy-tale fantasy to find real love.
Stephen Roach, Yale University senior fellow; and Jason Trennert, Strategas Research Partners, provide an outlook on U.S. markets, amid election uncertainty in Italy and discuss what lawmakers need to do to achieve a balanced budget with compromise in ...
They don't call the Supreme Court the highest court in the land for nothing. NYU professor Kenji Yoshino, the Goldwater Institute’s Nick Dranias, Yale’s Akhil Reed Amar, and the NAACP’s Sherrilyn Ifill talk about what’s at stake in the upcoming Shelby County v. Holder case.
Robert Shiller, Yale University professor, provides and outlook on housing and discusses whether there's a bubble forming in the farmland.
Old Campus at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, November 28, 2012. REUTERS/Michelle McLoughlin
Dr. Harlan Krumholz, a Yale University professor of cardiology and public health, is pictured in an undated handout photo. REUTERS/Courtesy of Harlan Krumholz/Handout
A woman walks through the Old Campus at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, in this November 28, 2012, file photo. Now some of the largest research universities in the United States fear that spending cuts under sequestration could lead to layoffs, curtail scientific discovery and leave a gen
Chinese-American law professor at Yale University, Amy Chua, smiles at the World Knowledge Forum in Seoul on October 13, 2011. Chua, as known as "Tiger Mom" after she sparked international controversy this year with her book "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother", urged strict Asian parents to relax and