Nearly 400 physicians commit suicide each year—likely an underestimate, say experts—but the subject still remains taboo in the medical community and physicians' cries for help often fall on deaf ears, writes Pamela Wible for the Washington Post.
A growing number of psychologists and professional organizers are recommending patients limit the physical clutter in their lives and explore the reasons behind why they hold onto certain, seemingly unnecessary items, Melinda Beck writes in the Wall Street Journal.
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