Posted on · The announcement by the second-term county judge comes amidst criticism from a political opponent and as Harris County leaders prepare to vote on a new proposed tax rate.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: Will this extreme heat ever let up? Can we take some solace in knowing it’s helping to hold back major storms?
Posted on · Episode: 3230 How close-ups offer social and psychological benefits that selfies do not. Today, psychology of the close-up.
Posted on · Our expert psychologist discusses mental health issues in the news and answers audience calls and questions.
Posted on · The author discusses the benefits that breathing can have in racial healing.
Posted on · Dr. Jeff Temple discusses how to deal with seasonal stress and depression.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: High weekend temperatures straining the electricity grid, the First Lady of Iceland on equality for women, and the costs and challenges of hydrogen as an alternative energy.
Posted on · Experts discuss mental health, self-care and overall wellness, as many struggle with depression and anxiety – especially during the holidays and winter months.
Posted on · Nearly 80 people have died as a result of the storm and subsequent power failures, according to the Associated Press. Are natural and manmade disasters a part of living in Texas?
Posted on · This week, Ernie and Laura Isensee discuss the state's position on Special Education, we celebrate the 40th anniversary of A Women of Substance, and share the music of The Regrettes.
Posted on · Physicians are urged to identify which pregnant women and new mothers are at high risk of depression and refer them to talk therapy before they show worsening symptoms.
Posted on · You can help prevent suicide, researchers say, by knowing the signs and reaching out. More boys and men in the U.S. take their own lives than women and girls, but that difference has narrowed.
Posted on · Firearms are the most common method of suicide, according to the CDC
Posted on · The nation's leading group of pediatricians has updated its guidelines for tackling teen mental health issues. One recommendation: Annual depression screening for all adolescents 12 and older
Posted on · Light therapy can help treat depression that's part of seasonal affective disorder, but it hasn't worked so well for treating bipolar disorder. It may come down to when people are exposed to light