New York Hospital Using Sailing As Unique Therapy For Disabled And Special Needs ChildrenAlexandria is part of a group of patients from the Hospital for Special Surgery, where they're being treated for conditions such as cerebral palsy, autism, and scoliosis.
Club Lets Customers Turn Frustration Into DestructionA new rage-based enterprise encourages people to whack, smash and shatter objects to their heart's content.
Dr. Max Gomez: Helping Depressed Patients Get Some SleepA major development that could make a difference for many people fighting depression is completely drug free.
Seen At 11: Treating Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder With EcstasyWhat if a club drug, known for giving users a feeling of euphoria and trust, could do more than give users an illegal high?
Study: New Video Game May Help Teens Overcome DepressionSparx, a video game engineered in New Zealand, was developed to help young adults fight depression.
Seen At 11: Breath Of ReliefDoctors say learning to breathe in a more relaxed way so we take in more oxygen can help a surprising number of serious medical conditions.
Surf Lessons Open New Vistas For Disabled KidsLearning to surf is a rite of passage for teens in seaside communities around the world. But in recent years in communities from Long Beach, N.Y., to San Diego and Hawaii, children with disabilities ranging from near-blindness to autism have been joining the fun, amazing their parents, their counselors and themselves by hopping up on surfboards and riding the waves.