One man’s fight to help jets fly—despite mental illness by Charlie Gillis A debate rages: Should people with depression be allowed in jobs with life-or-death responsibilities? Becoming an air traffic controller is one of the country’s most gruelling career paths: an ordeal of interviews, personality assessments, math exams and pattern-recognition tests that take place over months. So Jade Bethune was understandably proud when he READ MORE

THE TRUTH ABOUT MENTAL ILLNESS These too-often-believed myths can be harmful to you and your loved ones. Find out the facts from experts and women so you can help fight stigma and stay well.​ When Annie Powell, 35, was in the midst of a 72-hour manic episode in February 2013, she felt like Superwoman: productive and energetic. “I went READ MORE