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Hartford mother, Carmen Veal, recently featured in this Mommy Minute article, has been chosen to travel to Washington DC to help out with the Inaugural Ball. As a volunteer for the Obama campaign - making calls, canvassing neighborhoods and entering data...
Special to the CourantWhen I first learned my son Cash’an had autism six years ago, I didn’t want to talk about it. As a trained print and broadcast journalist, professional in communications, and even as an actress who has taken center stage to express my...
Courant Staff WriterRobert Baskin thought his daughter was finally getting her life back on track. She had successfully completed a drug rehab program in Middletown this summer. She attended Narcotics Anonymous meetings and spoke of plans to get her high school...
FoxCTResearchers at Yale University say they’ve made a discovery that will dramatically impact autism research. Dr. Stephan Sanders- the first author of the study- says scientists found genetic mutations are linked to the condition. This finding will...
Every week we're reminded how it's important to be ready for a weather crisis or other emergency situation. In Virginia, hurricane season begins June 1 and the state wants you to be ready. Go to http://www.ReadyVirginia.gov to learn how. You can also...
— Speaker Michael Madigan on Friday pushed a concealed weapons bill through the House over the objections of Gov. Pat Quinn and Senate President John Cullerton, who oppose a provision that would overrule local gun laws in Chicago and other cities....
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsTestimony in the trial of Brett Seacat wrapped up for the weekend. Seacat is charged with killing his wife Vashti and setting their Kingman home on fire in April 2011. Friday, jurors watched four hours of a seven hour interview Seacat did with the...
Tags: Depression, Suicide
MeridenOn the morning of Saturday, May 11th, hundreds got together at Hubbard Park in Meriden, Connecticut to exercise for a great cause. The event - titled the CHC Meriden 5k: Race for Mental Health - was presented by the Community Health Center, Inc. and...
Tags: First Aid, Family, Arts and Culture, United Way , Culture
St. Charles District 303 talks on mental health as related to school security wrapped up early, and organizers soon will turn to crafting recommendations from the sessions for the school board and community. This year's Summit 303 – an annual...
In the days before Freedom High School's October homecoming week, when most kids were worried about dressing up for spirit days, the girl poised to be the school's valedictorian was begging to be hospitalized. Before then, Helen Marie Castillo...
Tags: Schools, High Schools, Brown University, Depression, Dyslexia
firstname.lastname@example.orgOne in four individuals will experience mental illness in their lifetime. Nearly 30 years ago, A. Kenneth Wuertenberg suffered his own bout with mental illness. “I had a break from reality,” he said. “My behavior became more erratic...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Back pain, migraine and other types of chronic pain without a known physical cause - and therefore little prospect for relief - were associated with an increased risk of suicide in a new study of U.S. veterans. But the...
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