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Bullying Can Turn Victims Into Bullies

Charlie Sheen's HIV Announcement Sparked Interest in Disease: Study

Computer Use May Help Deflect Seniors' Memory Problems

Computer-Based Psychotherapy Not as Effective as Standard Care

Constant Social Media Presence May Jeopardize Teens' Mental Health

Could Less Time Spent Online Signal Early Alzheimer's?

Could Lots of Time Spent on Social Media Be Tied to Depression?

Could Too Much Cellphone Time Signal Anxiety, Depression?

Could Twitter Be a Recruitment Tool for Cancer Trials?

CPR Help as Near as Your Phone

Do More 'Selfies' Mean More Relationship Woes?

Doctor-Patient Emails Can Help the Chronically Ill

Doctor-Patient Relationship May Suffer When Technology Takes Over: Study

Doctors Swamped by 'E-Medicine' Demands

Experiment Shows 'Mind Reading' a Real Possibility

Facebook's Lure the Same for Young and Old

Face-to-Face Contact May Beat Email, Phone for Staving Off Depression

Health Care Apps Often Offer Little Privacy Protection: Study

Health Tip: Get Involved in Your Child's Internet Use

Health Tip: Teach Children About Internet Safety

iPads Often Used to Pacify Difficult Kids

Kidney Patients Without Online Access Face Additional Burden

Lifestyle May Be Key to Improving ADHD in Kids

Light From Smartphones, Tablets May Lower Sleep Hormone in Kids

Making Sense of the Email Avalanche

Many Fertility Apps, Websites Miss the Mark

Many Parents Skeptical of Online Doctor Ratings, Poll Finds

Many Stroke Patients Prefer Video Follow-Up Versus Phone Call

More Computer Time May Be Causing Nearsightedness in U.S. Kids

More Patients Satisfied With Doctor Visits: Survey

Most Preschoolers Use Tablets, Smartphones Daily

Online Anti-Drinking Aids May Not Help Over Long Term

Online Program Boosts Hand Washing, Cuts Infections

Online Psychotherapy May Help Some With Emotional Problems

Parents and Social Media: Do as I Say, Not as I Do

Parents Differ on Definition of Cyberbullying, Survey Shows

Play 'Pokemon Go' Without Landing in the ER

Sexting, Internet Safety for Kids Big Concerns in Survey

Siri, Other Smartphone 'Assistants' May Fall Short in a Crisis: Study

Sleepless Nights May Fuel Daytime Facebook Binges: Study

State Anti-Bullying Laws May Lead to Fewer Bullied Kids

Surgery Patients Like Online Follow-up, Study Finds

The Teen Brain Likes Social Media 'Likes'

To Avoid Food Poisoning, There's an App for That

Toddlers Adept at Using Touch-Screen Devices, Study Finds

Too Much Facebook, Twitter Tied to Poor Mental Health in Teens

Too Much Social Media Could Mess Up Your Sleep, Study Finds

Too Sedentary? There's an App for That

U.S. Internet Searches Highlight E-cig's Surging Popularity

Web Searches for E-Cigs Focus on Buying

What Works -- And Doesn't -- to Manage Your Tot's Screen Time