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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...
Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. has sold its West Pratt Street campus to an affiliate of the Abell Foundation for $3 million, according to a recently filed deed, a move that the struggling mental health clinic had long sought as a way to help stabilize...
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SAN DIEGO -- Researchers at the University of California San Diego are using a hormone that make people fall in love to assist patients with autism, bipolar disorder, anxiety and a host of other problems. Scientists say oxytocin is the hormone released...
Depression finally seems to have brought out the best in Lars von Trier: “Melancholia” is his strongest work in a while, a devastatingly beautiful, operatic mixture of all his signature themes and visual schemes. Doom is certain from the start. This is,...
Meetings THURSDAY, JAN. 5 The Rotary Club of Charlevoix meets 7:30 a.m. every Thursday at the Flap Jack Family Restaurant, 102 W. Carpenter, Charlevoix. For more information, call (231) 547-0360. Petoskey Duplicate Bridge Club meets noon Thursday at...
TILL JAN. 28 'Metamorphosis' OMC Gallery For Contemporary Art, 7561 Center Ave., No. 32, Huntington Beach, hosts a pastels and drawings exhibit by artist Scott Valenzuela. Gallery hours are from 2 to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday, and also by...
It's true. The time has come to quit. The time is right. It has been 28 years since I wrote my first column in January 1984 for the Rapid City Journal. I didn't know what kind of journey I was on or where it would take me. But I began with a sense of...
Depression finally seems to have brought out the best in Lars von Trier: “Melancholia” is his strongest work in a while, a devastatingly beautiful, operatic mixture of all his signature themes andvisual schemes. Doom is certain from the start....
Meetings FRIDAY, JAN. 6 The Up North Network of BNI meets every Friday at the Elks Club in the Beacon Center, Charlevoix. Meetings are from 7-8:30 a.m. and visitors are welcome. For information or a reservation to attend, call Pam Ulvund, (231) 881-...
The lockdown at Alanson Public Schools ended after a potentially dangerous situation involving a suicidal subject was resolved, according to an Emmet County Sheriff's Office news release issued about 2:30 p.m. today, Friday. The subject is in custody,...
Partner violence St. John Baptist Church will host a forum on partner violence from 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14, at 9055 Tamar Drive in Columbia. This free program will provide insights and resource information on this public health problem....
Paintings can do more than decorate a home. They can also save your brain. Studies show that exposure to a diverse range of arts and other educational stimuli over long periods of time can decrease memory loss by up to 50%, said Dr. William Shankle,...
Tags: Museums, Health, Schizophrenia, Arts, Alzheimer's Disease
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