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MONTHLY MISERY: THE PMS BLUES
More elderly are taking their own lives -- but why? Suicides of elderly have increased by 21 percent in the last six years.
Sleeping pill Halcion banned by Britain
Modern psychology considers the implications of that old-time religion
Panic disorders treatable, often misdiagnosed
Hopkins brain researcher wins $331,000 award Franklin Institute cites discoveries in the inner workings of the brain.
WHEN PUSH COMES TO SHOVE Case of mother of aspiring cheerleader shows how parents' desire for kids to succeed can become pathological
Health care eludes blacks Decline continues despite many medical advances
TREATING GAMBLING AS AN ADDICTION As opportunities to wager increase, Valerie Lorenz aids people who succumb
TRAPPED ON THE FAIRWAY Golf addicts forget worries on the links
THE MAN WHO SHOOK UP SHEPPARD PRATT
THE NIGHTMARE OF SLEEP DISORDERS
Tales of ritual abuse increase IS THE PAST SOMETIMES TOO TERRIBLE TO REMEMBER? Controversy surrounds memories of torture
PSYCHIATRIST TESTIFIES TO DOUBLE-SLAYING SUSPECT'S SANITY
Judge's warning about suspect was ignored
Antidote exists for psychiatrists: It's called laughter
DEFENSE ATTACKS ALLEGED RAPE VICTIM'S PERSONAL LIFE
Doctor testifies Digges was suicidal Ex-attorney was depressed after fraud was revealed, therapist says.
In aftermath of murders, trail won't be as peaceful
Daredevil sports lure people seeking thrills lacking in routine modern life
His demons gone, killer of 4 should be freed, state says
Gay teen-agers face special perils, conference is told
Wallace felt 'lower than a snake's belly' Newsman tells of his fight with depression.
Veteran newsman shares his fight against depression
PSYCHIATRIST SAYS SYNDROME CAUSED WIFE TO SHOOT SPOUSE
THE BEST OF FRIEND WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED FRIENDSHIP AND WHO ARE THOSE LUCKY ONES WHO ARE
SHEPPARD-PRATT SEEKS TO FILL PSYCHOLOGICAL NEED IN COUNTY
Potential for violence exists in most police departments, experts say POLICE BRUTALITY
She's sorry she killed, but victims' kin don't want her freed Medicine curbs psychotic urges of woman who went on rampage.
PSYCHED OUT With concern over the mental health of college students growing,a conference at Johns Hopkins University targets such topics as sexual abuse, suicide and eating disorders.
Case histories reveal troubling questions about circumstances of the crimes BATTERED SPOUSE SYNDROME & COMMUTATIONS
Women's caucus proposes to take sex bias out of health care Md. lawmakers back women's health package.
Hopkins study finds depressed nursing home residents have higher death rate
WHEN WAR WON'T LET GO One lesson learned: identify and treat post-traumatic stress
Alliances shift in debate on health costs
WAR on our Peace of Mind WAR IN THE GULF
NEW TREATMENT TECHNIQUES, EQUIPMENT HELP REDUCE PAIN
Schmoke urges debate on corrections Technology could help crowded jails, he says
Oken couldn't stop himself from acts, psychiatrist testifies
Oken describes his crimes
Oken case delayed for insanity defense
Post-holiday stress in children Excitement, fantasy often replaced by mundane reality of January
Environmental illnesses disputed Condition's symptoms are probably mental disorders, researchers say
Study links low caffeine use to dependency
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Higher depression rate for women attributed to cultural factors
MURDER SUSPECT RULED INCOMPETENT
'Yuppie flu' tied to immune system Blood test may identify chronic fatigue syndrome