{FD} A doctor who can feel his patient’s pain

What if a doctor could physically feel the pain their patients were experiencing? Dr. Joel Salinas, a neurologist and clinical researcher at Massachusetts General Hospital, can do just that. He has a neurological trait called mirror-touch, a medical mystery that causes him to feel the emotional and physical experiences of other people.

{FD} Chilling 911 calls describe bloody slaying at Massachusetts library

Recordings of 911 calls released Wednesday describe a frantic scene late last month at a Winchester, Mass., library, where authorities say a suspect armed with a hunting knife repeatedly stabbed a young medical student, resulting in her death.

{FD} Inside Florida Gov. Rick Scott’s $500M action plan after Parkland shooting

Florida Gov. Rick Scott unveiled a $500 million "action plan" to prevent gun violence Friday – more than a week after 17 students and faculty members were brutally gunned down at a local high school.

{FD} Defense attorneys: Nikolas Cruz is a ‘deeply disturbed’ child who ‘fell through the cracks’

Nikolas Cruz, the 19-year-old gunman accused of killing 17 people at his former Florida high school, was a “deeply disturbed, emotionally broken” individual, his defense attorneys said.

{FD} ‘Mean girls’: How to help your daughter from becoming one

Relational aggression among young girls, often described as “mean girl” behavior, is on the rise. Fox News’ Dr. Manny Alvarez sits down with psychotherapist Katie Hurley to discuss what parents can do to make sure their daughters don’t become the next bully or mean girl at school.

{FD} Dr. Marc Siegel: Smartphones really are dangerous for our kids (they put them at risk for suicide and more)

Alarming new reports that should concern every parent link heavy smartphone use by children to an increased rate of social isolation, depression, suicidal thoughts and even suicide.

{FD} Teen cell phone addiction: How bad has it gotten?

One out of two teenagers feels "addicted" to their phone, according to a recent study. Statistics like this may have fueled two major Apple investors to push the company to offer more flexible parental controls. Apple has since announced that it's working on new ways to protect kids from smartphone addiction, but will it be too little too late?