All major faith groups except evangelicals are viewed more warmly today than in 2014
The mercury in the "feeling thermometer" is rising for Muslims, Mormons, Buddhists and other faith groups, according to Pew Research Center.
Why depression recovery rarely happens with a single solution
With no blood test or brain-imaging procedure that can diagnose depression and illuminate a clear path of treatment, navigating the darkness can be tricky. Experts say people should not just treat the condition, but learn from it.
Q&A: Why faith groups should stay engaged in politics and public debate
A new book by Michael Wear, "Reclaiming Hope," outlines the ideal relationship between religion and politics.
How orange juice fell from grace
Orange-juice sales are down, in part because of families' concern about sugar. But what they're replacing it with could be even worse for children's health, some nutritionists say.