Depressed? Some time in the sun may be the cure
A Troubled Legacy From Death In Jail
Making Maryland 'the Therapeutic State'
Home care due for disturbed youths
Woman sues 2 doctors for $140,000
Glen Burnie woman sues 2 doctors for $140,000
Agony can mystify doctors, leaving women frustrated, but there are answers ADDRESSING CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN
Day program aids troubled teens
The government's guinea pigs
Mental patient given LSD killed herself, doctor says
Bright hopes blasted by gunfire
AIDS onset isn't spurred by depression, study finds
Other people's moods can be as contagious as a virus
Party drug, Ecstasy, called risky May damage brain, Hopkins team says
Golden Gate's deathly aura haunts city San Francisco out to end suicides
Book linked to more suicides by asphyxiation
Solomon's patients: trust betrayed, lives ruined Other doubts arise about his ethics, medical practices THE RISE AND FALL OF DR. NEIL SOLOMON
Court Battle over Thanos execution begins Legal challenge is centering on killer's competence JOHN THANOS--THE STRUGGLE OVER THE DEATH PENALTY
Aristide called psychopath, savior of hope
Search begins for genes behind manic depression Hopkins scientists join 3-year project
Tighter controls on the seriously mentally ill urged
Tighter controls on mentally ill urged Concerns about violence cited
Some claim a 'cure,' but gays dispute the illness Groups clash over whether homosexuality should be viewed as aberration or lifestyle
Judge orders stay of Thanos' execution Killer's ex-lawyer files an appeal BALTIMORE COUNTY
The Wizardry of Prozac 6-year-old anti-depressant gets bum rap as a quick fix-it for whatever troubles you
Neuroscience Racing Forward More Gains Expected in 'Decade of the Brain'
Investigators trying to find out if psychiatrist treated Kaczynski Unabomber manifesto frequently cited depression
Proposal views addicts in new light Reduction of harm to drug user, society is Schmoke panel's goal
5 more allegations of abuse surface after disclosure of priest's past Baltimore Co. pastor committed suicide
State studies escape policy Mentally ill patients assessed
Priest who killed himself was accused of child abusing boy He denied allegation, but had agreed to leave next day for mental evaluation
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Better searches for mentally ill escapees urged Alliance outraged by response from police, hospital
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No sexual disorder diagnosis made on Price Study reportedly urges more evaluation for accused teacher ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY
Crownsville reviews escape policy New superintendent sets up panel in wake of death of missing patient ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY
Is homosexuality a born instinct?
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Electroshock makes a comeback as treatment for depression Therapy found effective, now less disturbing with anesthesia
2 treatments for autism catch scientific interest Early therapy, drug are hailed
Hospital to study psychiatric options Arundel center plans to close unit
Now 95, deaf man was castrated, locked up for decades
Elderly Calif. couple sue to get their freedom back Court to determine their competence
Charting the cycle of intimacy, distance in a couple's life
Coverage Only for the Most Severe Conditions
Second-class treatment: Care for the mentally ill lags Caution greets calls for parity HEALTH CARE -- COSTS & CHOICES
Ex-pharmacist charged with arson is found insane, sent to institution Fires were called 'symbolic suicide'
Homes May Not Be Enough to Solve Problems of the Homeless
Fear ruled lives of cult children Interviews yield stories of paddling, 11-year-old 'wives,' visions of fiery death
Accounts of pot use, sex with patients prompt state to lift doctor's license Physician's lawyer assails allegations