Sexual-disorders clinic is severed from Hopkins Often-criticized director takes his operation private
When beauty sees a beastIn our appearance-conscious...
Court psychiatrist leaves legacy to field
Hypnosis enjoys renewed popularity
Ex-lover sued over suicide Damages asked from former psychologist
Pet cobra bites, kills manA 25-year-old Emmitsburg...
In first Md. suit of its kind, woman who killed her sons blames HMO, doctors
Dick Cavett details the 'dismal, worthless, black despair' of bouts of depression
Cavett bares his soul to reveal depression
Without a home, little David languishes in the system Tossing about by social services, parents, courts traumatizes boy
On Easter, many head for miracle-making shrine
COLUMBIA PSYCHIATRIST SUED FOR NEGLIGENCE IN SUICIDE
Vote the IssuesAnn Nolan wrote a letter...
Perish the Publishers
FREUDIAN SLIPS: THERAPISTS SCRUTINIZED
Hopkins program offers E. Europeans look into U.S. non-profits
Eastern Europeans learn fund-raising, American style Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies teaches basics of capitalistic charity.
A BETRAYAL OF TRUST Patients seduced by their therapists start to shed shame
Psychiatrist agrees to give up license over sexual misconduct
Court was told in 1964 that Thanos was a threat
Psychiatrist rejects state of mind in cancer treatment
Cause and outcome of cancer not affected by mental state
Research challenges assumptions about adult children of alcoholics
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Research erodes the claim that it's all in the mind
Schizophrenia on home videoThe next time the...
OPENING EYES about CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME That tired feeling isn't in your head
Dr. Charlotte McCarthy, longtime physician, dies Dr....
Researcher finds that speech patterns can predict the risk of heart attack
Stealth lesson in health issue
Hopkins doctor advocates treatment
Perkins mental hospital goes cold turkey Smoking ban has patients trying to extinguish the habit
Blind DriversEditor: There are two times during...
Vacant hospital may become AIDS center Proposal for N. Charles draws some support.
Schaefer backs bill to notify partners of HIV patients Center proposed for long-term care
Home alone: As popularity of solitary living grows, so do signs of health risks
Two studies support belief that living alone can be unhealthy
Monday morning blahs The day really does alarm our internal clocks
Some say Monday blahs are in your internal clock and not all in your mind
Inmate presses case to Supreme Court 13-year complaint gets a hearing
For centuries, when medicine couldn't heal the...
'The Infinite Voyage' gives mental illness a face that is difficult to forget
AN ADDRESS AT THE END OF THE LINE More dispossessed are calling it home
Study finds homeless kids healthy now, damaged later
Good bye, BLACK TIE Corporate donations are down, forcing Health Care for the Homeless and other charities to scramble for money.
Dailey finds neurological disorder, not drugs, was the source of trouble
A True 'Helper'Editor: In his article, "Death's...
Hospital chief put on probation Spring Grove's superintendent cited over prescriptions.
Doctor's medical license suspended Another doctor placed on probation over prescriptions.
The Debate About Suicide While there's more talk about it, more people aren't actually taking their own lives, medical folks say
Henry Howard: a life reclaimed? He killed four people in 1982 -- but the state, which holds him, believes that he has healed and seeks to let him go free