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A Los Angeles doctor and minister who sold phony cures for cancer and other diseases is sentenced to prison. Continue reading →
After the high-profile kidnapping in Cleveland, some wonder: How could so many people miss obvious signs?
Despite parents' concerns and news media stories, child abductions by strangers are much rarer than most people think. Continue reading →
Is recovery possible when its involuntary? The answer may surprise you.
Psychics use common sense and a few psychological principles to provide the illusion of accuracy. Continue reading →
Three women held captive for a decade were likely psychologically controlled, experts say.
Graphology, the practice of determining personality from handwriting, is being used to screen job applicants. Continue reading →
Identifying changes in behavior is an important first step and is effective, experts say.
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