A TikTok featuring young people clapping and cheering after sharing some harrowing life experiences has inspired others on the app to share their trauma online.
As psychologists who specialize in sexual trauma, we know the Justice Department's intervention is about more than taxpayer-funded protection of the president.
Trauma doesn't pause for summer holidays, and the traumatic effects of this pandemic will not disappear when we come back to school in the fall, whether in person or online.
Five months of protests is taking its toll among young people heading to the front lines, who risk serious injury, arrest or even death.
Our troops understand the moral significance of breaking one's word.
Staff at the center believe the chimp was beaten, leaving a severe ulcer in its right eye, while the brown hair on its body suggests he experienced severe malnourishment.
Scientists say PTSD wreaks havoc on the brain's ability to recall and forget, leading them to refer to it as a disorder of memory.
By looking through the killer's helmet camera, you could be harming yourself. And if you're doing it for no professional reason, you are adopting his vicious gaze, humiliating to his victims.
The Halkuff family is reeling after being forced off an American Airlines Boeing 737 after their 5-year-old son, who has autism, experienced a fright and struggled to board. The mother told Newsweek she refuses to fly again.
Her injuries were to her head, neck and torso.
As survivors of sexual assault and abuse are coming forward with their stories, doctors are learning what to do when those survivors are their patients.
The problems with the drug are just one sign of a system that is straining to help displaced Syrians.
A clearer picture is emerging of the number of kids burdened by trauma. What can be done for them?
More than 22 people died after a violent attack at a concert in Manchester, U.K. on Monday.
A group of psychologists say body-oriented therapies can heal the deepest layers of the brain—and they're hoping neuroscience will prove them right.
Sexo Seno Kurdi tells Newsweek of his trauma a year after losing his daughter and grandchildren.
The Kremlin's former media boss was found dead in a U.S. hotel last year.
A trauma expert says they could have a range of responses
"But why do we go to school and study? We will only be killed in the next war."