A new screening method can help predict suicide risk in soldiers with a history of mental health problems.
Previous studies show that short men are more likely to experience depression after joining the military. However, new findings suggest something different. Researchers found that both short and tall men in the military are more likely to suffer depression than their average-height counterparts.
A new study found that people who have served in the military after the all-volunteer era tend to report more adverse childhood events.
A team of researchers have found an old military fortress underneath the former Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary.
A new product called the XStat can close up a bullet wound in 15 seconds.
A RAND study found that contractors who are deployed often with military personnel suffer from PTSD and depression as well.
Halloween buy back programs where children are offered prizes or money for their unopened candy will start soon throughout the nation.
NASA scientists are using former military surveillance drones to help them understand more about how tropics storms intensify. They believe that the study can ultimately save lives by improving the accuracy of the forecast.
Soldiers who have troubles sleeping before their deployments may be at greater risk of developing posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression and anxiety once they return home.
A study found that a new drug was effective in preventing some PTSD symptoms in mouse models.
Study discovered that military personnel that suffer from at least one traumatic brain injury have an increased risk of suicide.
A recent study examining 1,000 New York Times obituaries found that famous performers, like athletes and musicians, live, on average, shorter lives than people who have illustrious careers in the military or in business.
The Office of the Director of National Intelligence announced that Question 21, which asked employees if they received mental health counseling for sexull assault will no longer be required. Question 21 often determined whether or not an employee can get a higher level of security clearance.
New tests date contamination in North Carolina's water to 1948, not 1953.
According to data from the Department of Veterans Affairs, there were 17,754 suicide attempts among veterans last year and in July this year, 26 active-duty soldiers are believed to have committed suicide, the most ever recorded in a month since the U.S. Army began tracking such deaths.