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August 15, 2006

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New Treatment Model for Bipolar Disorder Shows Promise
eMaxHealth.com - Hickory,NC,USA
A new treatment model for bipolar disorder tested in veterans across the nation reduced their manic episodes and improved their quality of life, according to ...

New Treatment Model For Bipolar Disorder Shows Promise
Medical News Today Mon, 14 Aug 2006 4:10 PM PDT
A new care model for bipolar disorder tested in veterans across the nation reduced their manic episodes and improved their quality of life, according to research led by a psychiatrist with the Providence Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Brown Medical School. [click link for full article]

Test to warn of mental issues
Orlando Sentinel Tue, 15 Aug 2006 1:16 AM PDT
One percent of all Americans -- nearly 2.4 million people -- have schizophrenia. An estimated 5.7 million have bipolar disorder. And 2.2 million adults have obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Psychiatric Exam Is Set for Father in Murder Case
New York Times Mon, 14 Aug 2006 8:11 PM PDT
A judge ordered that a man charged with stabbing his 1-year-old daughter to death must undergo a psychiatric examination before trial.

'Medical marijuana' user drops defense and pleads guilty
CourtTV via Yahoo! News Mon, 14 Aug 2006 2:21 PM PDT
LAS VEGAS (Co urt TV) - The trial of a medical marijuana user went up in smoke Monday when the defendant suddenly decided to plead guilty.

Researchers find epilepsy drug poses risk for pregnant women
Contra Costa Times Tue, 15 Aug 2006 3:01 AM PDT
One in five women who took the widely used epilepsy drug valproate in a clinical trial had pregnancies resulting in birth defects or fetal death, researchers said.

Grandson called stable enough for trial
Tucson Citizen Tue, 15 Aug 2006 6:42 AM PDT
After nine months of treatment at the Arizona State Hospital, Christopher William Lambeth is stable enough to face charges in the deaths of his grandparents, a judge ruled.

Carroll man, 20, gets 10 years in stabbing
Baltimore Sun Tue, 15 Aug 2006 1:02 AM PDT
A Westminster man who held police at bay in January while he repeatedly stabbed his girlfriend outside a Hess gas station was sentenced yesterday to two concurrent 30-year prison terms, with all but 20 years suspended.

Teen, 3-Year-Old Return Home Safely
NBC 10 Philadelphia Mon, 14 Aug 2006 5:33 AM PDT
PHILADELPHIA -- A 3-year-old boy missing since Saturday is now back home in North Philadelphia. Oshone Natson and his 15-year-old aunt Christina English disappeared.

All stuffed bears are comforting, but this one is extra special
Inside Bay Area Mon, 14 Aug 2006 7:37 AM PDT
WHAT'S more comforting than an adorable stuffed animal? Enter the Thermal-Aid Bear, which can be heated or chilled to help ease kids' everyday bumps, bruises, aches and pains.

Tolich discharged without conviction
TVNZ Sun, 13 Aug 2006 11:59 PM PDT
The former financial officer of the Waipareira Charitable Trust in west Auckland, who admitted to fraud, will not be punished for his crimes.

Understanding postpartum psychosis
The Ashland Daily Press Mon, 14 Aug 2006 7:45 AM PDT
The Andrea Yates trial made headlines last month, when a Texas jury found her not guilty by reason of insanity in the tragic deaths of her children five years ago.

Faith, Determination Help Grad Achieve Her Goals
Des Plaines Journal Mon, 14 Aug 2006 7:41 AM PDT
Recent Northwest University grad Jessica Lynn R. Gimeno, of Des Plaines, was the chosen student at NU's commencement ceremony. Gimeno recently graduated cum laude from Northwestern with a B.A. in Communications; a double major in Communication Studies and Political Science.

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