Benedict Carey

New York Times

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Reporter for the New York Times; author of How We Learn: The Surprising Truth About When, Where, and Why It Happens

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Your phone already knows a lot about you: what you eat, where you go, and who you hang out with. Now add: your mental wellbeing.

California health officials team up with Silicon Valley to create apps that track your mental health

Your phone already knows a lot about you: what you eat, where you go, and who you hang out with. Now add: your mental wellbeing.

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Pop quiz! What’s the best way to prep for a test?

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Can the Army accept training in how to handle emotions? Chief of Staff General George Casey says he's not sure, but classes are set to begin for 1500 sergeants.

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