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Schizophrenia (INACTIVE)

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  • Three 17-year-olds charged as adults in Harford armed robbery

    Three 17-year-old boys accused of an armed robbery in Aberdeen are being charged as adults, for now, after their bail review in Harford County District Court Friday afternoon. Devonte A. Vanhook, Wesley J. Moore and Deshaun Felipe Moore were each held in...
  • An interview with Amandeep Sandhu

    An interview with Amandeep Sandhu
    When local author Rosalia Scalia visited India, she was able to sit down with Amandeep Sandhu, author of "Sepia Leaves." She was kind enough to recount her meeting for Read Street. We'll break her missive into a parts, starting with her description of 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...
  • Letter: Sharfstein's caution and desire for more data on marijuana is warranted

    I am surprised that the Towson Times (Feb. 15) would endorse the medical marijuana bill favored by state Del. Dan Morhaim (HB1158) and not endorse the medical marijuana bill (HB1024) favored by Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, secretary of the Maryland Department...
  • Medical marijuana laws make a farce of medicine

    Medical marijuana laws make a farce of medicine
    Despite the fact that marijuana remains a controlled substance that is illegal in the United States under federal law, 16 states and the District of Columbia have legalized "medical marijuana." Del. Cheryl Glenn's HB15, the "Maryland Medical Marijuana...
  • Rachel Marsden: Russia re-Putined

    Rachel Marsden: Russia re-Putined
    So Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putinhas just been re-presidented for at least another six years, during which we can all watch his newly tucked eyes migrate back to where they used to be. And as surely as a pound dog comes with fleas, this election...
  • The myth of 'yoga as medicine'

    The myth of 'yoga as medicine'
    NEW YORK — Fifteen years ago, a handful of poorly constructed, clearly biased studies purported to show that prayer was a legitimate medical tool. Americans fell for it, and we still haven't learned our lesson. It's hard to resist something we...
  • International Star You Should Know: Charlotte Le Bon

    LEAVE 'EM LAUGHING Former model Charlotte Le Bon, a 27-year-old Canadian, got her start onscreen giving a burlesque gag-laden weather forecast on Canal Plus' primetime talkshow. Her first movie appearance was in 2012's comedy "Asterix and Obelix: God Save...
  • Kelly Thomas case prompts counties to take fresh look at Laura's Law

    Kelly Thomas case prompts counties to take fresh look at Laura's Law
    Almost as soon as Matthew Hoff turned 18 and aged out of the mental health programs he'd been enrolled in since childhood, he was out on the streets and in and out of jail. His parents tried to get him back into treatment for bipolar and other brain...
  • How someone 'sees red' may offer clues to schizophrenia, other mental illness, says UCF researcher

    How someone 'sees red' may offer clues to schizophrenia, other mental illness, says UCF researcher
    How a person sees red may shed some light on what causes several kinds of mental illness, according to psychologist and UCF researcher Jeffrey Bedwell, who is conducting a study to explore that possibility. Bedwell, an associate professor of...
  • Stories from a 'Dallas' star in Glendale

    Stories from a 'Dallas' star in Glendale
    For Charlene Tilton, best known for her long career on “Dallas,” the popular series from the 1970s and 1980s, life has been a series of struggles. But God and acting have been her safe havens, she said Thursday morning at the 51st Annual...