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The Sacramento BeeSACRAMENTO, Calif. The state of Nevada and its primary psychiatric hospital violated the constitutional rights of mentally ill people by discharging them via Greyhound bus to cities across the nation without proper consent or making arrangements for their...
Genetic privacy The Tribune's June 5 editorial in response to a Supreme Court ruling on DNA collection before conviction, "Solving crimes with DNA," badly misrepresents the nature of DNA collection and the intimate information that is collected through a...
Everyone begged William Lewis Moore not to go to Mississippi. His pastor told him he would get killed walking around in a sandwich board sign protesting segregation. His family worried about where he would sleep and eat. Even fellow civil rights...
As legalized marijuana appears in an increasing number of American homes, so too does evidence of a dark side: accidental ingestion of pot and pot-infused food by young children. The results can be frightening to such children, who often suffer...
Reuters* Early trial showed patients gained control over voices * Patients learn to stand up to tormentors using avatar * Schizophrenia affects around one in 100 people worldwide By Kate Kelland LONDON, May 29 (Reuters) - Psychiatrists are developing a...
Tribune reporterCook County Sheriff's police found a 68-year-old mentally ill woman who went missing almost a month ago from her sister's home in Glenview. Police discovered Marcella Somerville, who is diagnosed with schizophrenia, at a bus stop near the intersection of...
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Tribune reporterCook County Sheriff's police are searching for a 68-year-old mentally ill woman who has been missing since May 9, according to a press release. Marcella Somerville, of South Carolina, was on a visit at her sister's house in Glenview when she...
“The brain is a body part too,” President Obama said in a speech Monday in which he urged Americans to embrace those struggling with mental illness. Sounds like an innocent enough proposal, right? Like victims of cancer or diabetes, those...
Tribune reporterBrian James Moudry was just 14 and had been in and out of psychiatric care when he began doodling Nazi drawings and discussing white pride in letters to his physically abusive father, according to court records. Diagnosed with severe schizophrenia...
ReutersMay 28 (Reuters) - Shares of biotechnology companies have outrun a bull market for U.S. stocks, rising nearly 50 percent over the past 12 months as investors look for new growth stories. Investors' enthusiasm, despite the inherent risk of drug...
Tags: Flu, Vaccines, HIV, Biogen Idec Incorporated, Pharmaceuticals
In a major case of academic poaching among cross-town rivals, USC is announcing Friday that it is hiring away prominent UCLA neuroscientists and moving an internationally renowned lab that uses brain imaging to research such diseases as Alzheimer’s,...
When Chris Marciano was 4 years old, he would have a blistering tantrum whenever music came on the radio. By the second grade, his teacher described him as "not with us." At age 11, he was kicked out of school. "The pediatrician said he was just...
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