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FOX 5 San Diego Anchor/ReporterPOWAY, Calif. - There is a growing movement to educate parents and students about the dangers of prescription drugs in San Diego. The problem of teenagers using and abusing prescription medication has become such an epidemic, a group of local leaders and...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's 10:30 a.m. on a Tuesday, an hour and a half into Michael Thomson's daily therapy. Three and a half hours left to go. Lined up before him are three plastic blocks and a toy hippopotamus. "Which one is different?" asks the therapist, seated on the...
Christmas can be such a magical time. When else do we decorate — everything — this much? And yet, when there are positive and negative feelings that people encounter as Christmas approaches, often the main concept of it all is missed. It...
When Burbank and Glendale went it alone on the homeless winter shelter front — significantly cutting down on the number of beds in the process — there was hue and cry from other shelter operators that the move would leave the masses out in the...
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is looking for a few good men and women to volunteer for a battle it's waging at home — against disease. Actually, more than a few are needed. Officials overseeing health care for the nation's veterans are...
Nearly 40 years ago, a haunting photograph of a naked Vietnamese girl running in anguish after being severely burned in a napalm bomb attack on her village became an iconic image of the Vietnam War. But most who have seen the Pulitzer Prize-winning...
Baltimore County will begin giving priority to veterans when making local government hiring decisions, officials announced Tuesday, a policy focused particularly on those returning from conflicts overseas. County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced the...
David Finch was diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, a mild autism spectrum disorder, in 2008, at age 30. At that time, he said, his three-year marriage was in a downward spiral because of his odd habits and rigid adherence to routines. Instead of...
Tags: Family, Health, Asperger Syndrome, Marriage, Autism
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND -- A National Guardsman who was released from jail in November after being declared not responsible for his crime by reason of insanity has been arrested again, this time for allegedly driving drunk. Archie Whitest Jr.'s vehicle allegedly...
Tags: Prisons, Prisons, Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Police Arrests
You can help If your organization needs volunteers or donated items, write Debbie McGuiness at the Petoskey News-Review, 319 State St., Petoskey, Mich., 49770, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Because of the large number of requests, we...
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FLINT, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan State Police says more than 200 troopers have been trained to recognize autism and provide services. The Mid-Michigan Autism Association has been working with state police to teach troopers how to communicate with...
Tags: Health, Autism, Behavioral Conditions
South Bend TribuneCASSOPOLIS — A Dowagiac man with a drinking problem and a penchant for assaulting people at parties has one last opportunity to avoid prison. On Friday in Cass County Circuit Court, Judge Michael Dodge handed Scott Barney, 27, a one-year jail...
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