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Weight Watchers under fire for children's weight loss app that critics say promotes eating disorders

By Paulina Dedaj

Weight Watchers came under fire this month after releasing a weight loss app for children and young teens that critics says encourages them to develop eating disorders. 

Weight Watchers under fire for children's weight loss app that critics say promotes eating disorders

By Paulina Dedaj

Weight Watchers came under fire this month after releasing a weight loss app for children and young teens that critics says encourages them to develop eating disorders. 

Sister of 9th NYPD officer to die by suicide in 2019 says 'blood is on' department's hands

By Nicole Darrah

The sister of the ninth New York City police officer to die by suicide this year says she warned the department about guns her brother had in his home — and her concerns that one day he'd use them to kill himself.

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George Conway says Trump needs psych testing, 'suffers from personality disorders'

By Sam Dorman

George Conway, attorney and husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway, claimed the president suffers from personality disorders and should undergo a "full battery of tests for deteriorating mental capacity."

Jeffrey Epstein reportedly appeared positive before death, told lawyer he'd see him soon

By Nicole Darrah

Accused sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein was reportedly upbeat and optimistic -- or, alternatively, "delusional" -- during his final hours alive, with officials contending Epstein gave no indication he'd soon use a confluence of procedural lapses at the lockup as the opportunity he needed to hang himself with a bedsheet Saturday.

Mass shootings and mental illness in America. Inside the debate

By Hollie McKay

As Americans reel from a weekend punctured by two mass shootings and at least 33 lives lost, the issue of whether the tragedies were a product of access to firearms, unchecked mental illness or miscellaneous factors has again caused a schism among lawmakers, medical professionals, and political pundits.

Mass shootings and mental illness in America. Inside the debate

By Hollie McKay

As Americans reel from a weekend punctured by two mass shootings and at least 33 lives lost, the issue of whether the tragedies were a product of access to firearms, unchecked mental illness or miscellaneous factors has again caused a schism among lawmakers, medical professionals, and political pundits.

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