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HealthIt was on Facebook where I learned about the pregnancy of a close friend. So, too, on Facebook I’ve learned who will be voting for whom in the upcoming election. And it’s also where I learn whose kid is sick, who had a wild and crazy evening,...
Open Mike - Orlando SentinelDwight Howard traded from Magic to Lakers...
The last time filmmaker Jason Reitman came through town we got into a conversation about unlikable characters. He knows something about unlikable characters: "My first movie was about the head lobbyist for Big Tobacco ('Thank You for Smoking'), my...
Some South Florida mothers are giving new meaning to the expression “bundle of joy” by consuming their own placentas to ward off postpartum depression. The practice is not endorsed by any mainstream medical organizations. No scientific studies...
KIAHFeeling down? Blue? A little depressed? Well step away from the computer and put down your cellphone. It's time to get back out in the real world and find joy in the 3-dimensional objects again. A study on a bunch of twenty something swedes proved...
Tags: Behavioral Conditions
George S. McGovern, an icon of American liberalism who campaigned for the White House with moral fervor against President Richard M. Nixon and the Vietnam War but lost in a thundering landslide, has died. He was 90. McGovern died Sunday morning while...
As city leaders battle over the future of Chicago's failing school system, a stunning fact is being ignored: Truancy and absenteeism in the elementary grades are crippling the education of tens of thousands of children. Nearly 32,000 students in...
Internet-centered technology has advanced to the point that smartphone apps and e-commerce sites seemingly sprout overnight. Indeed, many can be built inexpensively from off-the-shelf software in weeks. Scientific breakthroughs, however, often require...
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KIAHSo, not sleeping enough at night? Feeling blue? You could be suffering from depression and that's nothing to make light of, well, figuratively speaking, anyway. Turns out, the amount of light you allow inside your room at night, could make a difference....
Tags: Behavioral Conditions
This weekend we all feel the effects of daylight savings. Many of us dred it, but for some time time of year makes them SAD. PHL 17's Ashley Johnson has more on seasonal affective disorder. It's the time of year some people love, fall's cheerful colors...
Tags: Bipolar Disorder
Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota “for extensive inpatient evaluation for depression and gastrointestinal issues,” according to a statement from Jackson sent late Friday by Rochester, Minn.-based Mayo. Jackson’...
Q: I lost my job six months ago when the company downsized, and I am still unemployed. I cannot sleep and am disinterested in any activities I once enjoyed. Is this grief or depression? A: While 30 million Americans will suffer from depression at...
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