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Psychiatry (INACTIVE)

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  • 'American Horror Story' recap, 'Tricks and Treats'

    'American Horror Story' recap, 'Tricks and Treats'
    What was the best way to cure someone of ungodliness and demonic activities in the 1960s? If you guessed "burn them," you're wrong. That was more 1450s-1700s. If you guessed a good-old fashioned exorcism, you're right! (I don't have any prizes, so you'll...
  • Research shows gay and lesbian couples are good parents

    More than 30 years of scientific research have shown that children do best when raised by two loving, committed parents, regardless of gender. This is the conclusion reached by a comprehensive review of virtually every study on the subject conducted by...
  • Dr. Ellen G. McDaniel, psychiatrist

    Dr. Ellen G. McDaniel, whose distinguished career in psychiatry spanned more than 40 years and influenced patients, medical students and even juries, died of lung cancer Thursday at her home in Highland. She was 71. The former Ellen Garb was raised in...
  • Getting help for the mentally ill

    Getting help for the mentally ill
    Though none of us yet knows much of Adam Lanza's backstory, it doesn't take a mental health professional to suspect that a man who killed his mother before killing so many children and adults was likely suffering from a severe mental disorder. Although...
  • University of Maryland launches problem gambling center

    University of Maryland launches problem gambling center
    As the state is poised to add several new casinos and possibly table games such as poker, the University of Maryland School of Medicine said Thursday that it would create a center aimed at training thousands of health professionals to help gambling...
  • Army pauses operations for mandatory suicide prevention training

    Army pauses operations for mandatory suicide prevention training
    At Fort Meade, where the suicide rate among service members is six times higher than that of the entire state, a crowd of 75 soldiers offered mostly silence when Mark Fisher asked them to list potential warning signs that a colleague is about to take...
  • Kinyua guilty but not criminally responsible in Morgan beating

    Kinyua guilty but not criminally responsible in Morgan beating
    Months before he allegedly killed a family friend in Harford County, eating his heart and parts of his brain, Alexander Kinyua was suffering from paranoid schizophrenia and believed reptilian aliens were coming to destroy Earth, a judge said Wednesday....
  • 'American Horror Story Asylum' recap, 'The Coat Hanger'

    'American Horror Story Asylum' recap, 'The Coat Hanger'
    What is it about guys named Morgan turning into serial killers? First there was Dexter Morgan and now Johnny Morgan, the modern-day Bloody Face, played by Dylan McDermott. At least Dexter saves his dark passenger for deserving victims. As Johnny tells...
  • Local schools try to reassure students in wake of Conn. shooting

    Children clutching onto each other as they are hustled out of an elementary school. Parents weeping together in a school parking lot, police cars and ambulances flashing behind them. Police brandishing machine guns racing to a school. While the images...
  • Stay in balance on your summer vacation

    Stay in balance on your summer vacation
    By Bailey Shiffler Special to The Baltimore Sun A summer vacation implies relaxation, but it doesn't guarantee it. In the age of 24-hour connectivity, it's nearly impossible to clear the mind and give in to leisure. Even when lying on the sands of a...
  • Bradley Manning's history showed self-harm risk, counselors testify

    Bradley Manning's history showed self-harm risk, counselors testify
    An Army private charged with sending U.S secrets to the website WikiLeaks had a history of suicidal thoughts and aloof behavior that outweighed a psychiatrist's opinion that he posed no risk to himself, two former counselors testified Sunday. Army...
  • Cannibalism is extremely rare, experts say

    Cannibalism is extremely rare, experts say
    In a career spanning three decades, forensic psychiatrist Steven Hoge has evaluated just a handful of people implicated in acts of cannibalism. It's exceedingly rare behavior, he says, and clear answers are often elusive when it does occur. "I understand...