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Bipolar Disorder (INACTIVE)

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  • Peering into the troubled mind of Robert Schumann

    Peering into the troubled mind of Robert Schumann
    Robert Schumann heard so much music in his head, he felt compelled to compose. "I cannot help it," he wrote to his wife, Clara, "and should like to sing myself to death, like a nightingale." When he died at the age of 46 in an asylum, the only sounds he...
  • Those suffering from mental illness can be helped -- if appropriate care is made available

    At a time when the government is debating which programs to cut to save money, the recent article about a Cockeysville couple coping with loss ("Parents push through the silence on suicide," Aug. 7) is particularly appropriate in explaining to the...
  • Here's why adultery is still wrong -- even for politicians

    Here's why adultery is still wrong -- even for politicians
    We live in a bipolar culture. We allow ourselves to be drenched in sexual images in movies, on television and on the Internet and then defend First Amendment protection to even the most graphic of them. Then, when a politician acts out what culture...
  • Carrie Fisher shares her checkered past in 'Wishful Drinking'

    Carrie Fisher shares her checkered past in 'Wishful Drinking'
    She survived drugs, booze, parental issues, complex relationships and a metal bikini, not to mention the electroconvulsive shock therapy that helps her cope with bipolar disorder. And Carrie Fisher has a lot to say about all of it. In 2006, the actress...
  • Teen pleads guilty to murder in 2010 killing at Cheltenham

    A teenager pleaded guilty Friday to sexually assaulting and then murdering his teacher at the troubled Cheltenham Youth Facility when he was 13. He was sentenced to 85 years in prison. Brian Lee Wonsom, now 15, hung his head during the hearing before...
  • Pitcairn's killer sentenced to life in prison plus 20 years

    Pitcairn's killer sentenced to life in prison plus 20 years
    John Alexander Wagner was sentenced Friday to life in prison plus 20 years for the 2010 robbery and stabbing death of Stephen Pitcairn, a Johns Hopkins researcher whose murder led to a cry for change in Baltimore. "I am going to show you the same mercy...
  • Church lecture series to focus on mental health

    Church of the Redeemer in Homeland has started a mental health lecture series, focusing on topics ranging from autism to eating disorders. The series will end with an ecumenical service at the Episcopal church, on Dec. 7. The free series of four...
  • Homeless find support in Occupy Baltimore camp

    Homeless find support in Occupy Baltimore camp
    Marcus Clary beams when he shows off his new home by the Inner Harbor. The place isn't much, just an orange tent under a blue tarp that fits four, but it's the best digs by far he's had in three weeks. Before, he was at a homeless shelter. "At the...
  • 'American Idol' recap: Aspen, Colo., auditions

    'American Idol' recap: Aspen, Colo., auditions
    "The altitude's kinda giving me a bit of a headache. Does anyone got (an), Aspen?" Oh, Steven Tyler. It was so funny I forgot to laugh. "American Idol" travels to Aspen, Colo., for the first time, where we learn about Rocky Mountain Oysters and...
  • Cat killer Weibman gets jail time

    Cat killer Weibman gets jail time
    Ethan Phillip Weibman who plead guilty last fall to animal abuse in the death of one cat and the beating of another was sentenced Wednesday to 90 days in prison. After District Judge Charles A. Chiapparelli’s ruling, officers immediately took the...
  • Va. man charged with Joppa armed robbery

    A Virginia man is being held at the Harford County Detention Center in Bel Air after he was arrested and charged in connection with the armed robbery of a Joppa convenience store Tuesday evening, Maryland State Police said. Andrew Martin Javoroski, 22,...
  • Project seeks 1 million veterans to give blood, DNA for disease research

    Project seeks 1 million veterans to give blood, DNA for disease research
    The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for a few good men and women to volunteer for a battle it's waging at home — against disease. Actually, more than a few are needed. Officials overseeing health care for the nation's veterans are...