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Depression (INACTIVE)

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  • The power of light

    The power of light
    It doesn’t look like much -- Janet Althen places what looks like a small flashlight with an inverted colored bulb on certain points of the body, holding it there for about 30 seconds -- but for Althen’s patients, as well as a growing number of...
  • Know the warning signs of heart attack and stroke

    February is American Heart Month. I couldn't let this month go by without researching and writing about heart disease. The warning signs of heart attack and stroke always bear repeating. The first paragraph of the Presidential Proclamation for American...
  • Loss of children inspires Ellicott City mothers to advocate for suicide prevention

    Loss of children inspires Ellicott City mothers to advocate for suicide prevention
    Before asking the question, Congressman John Sarbanes made sure to say "if you don't mind sharing." Donna Curley and Sara Tagget didn't mind. It was why they were in Washington that day. It was why they were sitting in Sarbanes' office. It was why they...
  • Sallie P. Mink, registered nurse

    Sallie P. Mink, registered nurse
    Sallie P. Mink, a registered nurse who for 20 years had been educational director for depression and related affective disorders at Johns Hopkins Hospital, died Saturday of brain cancer at Keswick Multi-Care Center. The one-time Ruxton resident who...
  • Some memory changes in aging brain are normal

    Some memory changes in aging brain are normal
    Dementia and its evil twin, Alzheimer's, may have moved ahead of cancer on the list of most feared diseases, especially among baby boomers, who have begun to believe it is their inescapable fate if they have the bad luck to live too long. So we grasp...
  • John Waters has many muses - from Johnny Mathis to Leslie Van Houten - but Baltimore may be his biggest

    John Waters has many muses - from Johnny Mathis to Leslie Van Houten - but Baltimore may be his biggest
    You might think you know John Waters, but until you read his latest book, "Role Models" - well, to quote Jeremy Irons' Claus von Bulow, "You have no idea." Waters avidly links his "Baltimore heroes," like the lesbian stripper Lady Zorro ("My kind of...
  • 'The Real World D.C.': conflict and uncleanliness

     
    Guest blogger Lindsay Diokno recaps "The Real World D.C." Perhaps she was snowed in last night ...Last night, we saw conflict between Erika and Ashley and conflict between Mike and Eric (and Mike and Tanner), but, most importantly, we saw......
  • 'The Bachelor': Contestant expelled for 'inappropriate' relationship

     
    Kathryn is back to recap The Bachelor for us. And it's full of DRAMA!! Take it away, K:Where to begin? I'm not sure if this is new to this season or just new to me but I love that individual......
  • Scientist troubled by depression

    In the months leading up to the 2001 anthrax scare, Bruce E. Ivins had sought help from a psychiatrist, started taking antidepressants and repeatedly told a friend he was frightened by bouts of paranoia and depression. Yet even as his mental condition...
  • For colleagues, a 'quiet, giving kind of guy'

    Friends and colleagues expressed shock yesterday that Bruce E. Ivins - an award-winning scientist who played guitar in his church folk group - would kill himself after being targeted in a federal anthrax probe, even as a contrasting portrait emerged of...
  • For McCrary, football took a painful toll

    His knees ache with pain so intense that he says he is unable to stand for more than a few minutes. "I look silly at cocktail parties. I'm the only one sitting down," said former Ravens defensive end Michael Mc- Crary.He is 36 years old. He has taken...
  • Benoit's shocking death raises question of fans' complicity

    This might be hard for non-wrestling fans to understand, but to those who loved Chris Benoit's work, his grisly double-killing and suicide was as shocking as if Peyton Manning or Tim Duncan or Derek Jeter had committed the same acts. He was that good...