| Apr 24, 2012
| 12:00 PM
In their continuing campaign against animal protein and modern agriculture, the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health has published findings that, in my opinion as a microbiologist and veterinarian, defy logic and sound science....
| Apr 26, 2012
| 7:10 AM
In a move to improve treatments for post-traumatic stress disorder, the Army is discouraging the use of traditional definitions such as feelings of fear, helplessness and horror — symptoms that may not be in a trained warrior's vocabulary. It also...
| Dec 7, 2012
| 12:57 PM
Scientists who study sleep understand that light has a dark side, because it can interrupt natural rhythms, causing the mood and learning problems that go with lack of rest. Johns Hopkins University researchers have taken the understanding a step...
| Nov 10, 2012
| 2:38 AM
SOUTH BEND --Number of people who spoke in support of South Bend school board Vice President Bill Sniadecki: 16.
Number of board members who voted in favor of censuring Sniadecki: four.
Number of people President Roger Parent ordered to be escorted...
| Mar 22, 2010
Danielle Gayden of Oakland, Calif., had to stick her face in front of a fan for almost an hour to cool down. Second to her intolerance for heat was the anxiety, which caused her heart to beat 200 times a minute and sent her to the emergency room a dozen...
| Oct 26, 2011
| 4:23 PM
Studies show 1 in 10 people are on anti-depressants, but drugs like Xanax and Prozac aren't just for people anymore. Many are now getting behavioral medications for their pets.
Kristie Townsley's dog Daxter is getting up in the years, and she's...
| Oct 26, 2011
| 7:13 PM
The 15-year-old accused in a brutal stabbing at Snohomish High School was taking anti-depressants according to court documents, and said she had been seeing a mental health specialist.
While a majority of mentally ill people are not violent, this...
| Oct 9, 2011
Candidates for president generally blare recorded rock or country hits before their campaign rallies. At President Barack Obama's appearances, expect a different form of music: whistling in the dark.
Amid grim economic news, Democrats contemplating his...
| Nov 20, 2005
| 6:24 AM
A few days ago, Joan Lefkow was walking down a Chicago street flanked by federal marshals when a panhandler walked up to her and said, "God bless you, Judge Lefkow."
It has been nine months since U.S. District Judge Joan Humphrey Lefkow's name and...