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  • Virus discovery called breakthrough in fight against chronic fatigue syndrome

    In what may prove to be the first major breakthrough in the fight against the mysterious and controversial disorder known as chronic fatigue syndrome, researchers reported Thursday that they had found traces of a virus in the vast majority of affected...
  • Vaccines for Adults are Underused

    Vaccines for Adults are Underused
    Shots just aren't just for kids, but grown-ups don't seem to know that. Just 2 percent of adults have been immunized against Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Whooping Cough, according to data that the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released...
  • Nothing sweet about this type of bitter

    Nothing sweet about this type of bitter
    You know them. I know them. And, increasingly, psychiatrists know them. People who feel they have been wronged by someone and are so bitter they can barely function other than to ruminate about their circumstances. This behavior is so common -- and so...
  • Too thankful for despair

    Too thankful for despair
    Strip nearly everything from Patricia Jefferson's life. Take away her home, her possessions, her vision. Place her, blind and humbled, at a dining table in a West Side apartment with a fraying wicker basket as a centerpiece. What she'll do is smile and...
  • 'A Dream of Undying Fame' by Louis Breger

    'A Dream of Undying Fame' by Louis Breger
    A Dream of Undying Fame How Freud Betrayed His Mentor and Invented Psychoanalysis Louis Breger Basic Books: 148 pp., $22.95 Psychoanalysis has always been a mixed bag, Louis Breger notes. On the one hand, it has produced valuable insights into...
  • Nursing home law discussed at hearing

    More light was shed Thursday on the volatile nature of Illinois nursing homes that house a mix of mix of felons, mentally ill people and seniors, as legal experts explained how laws governing both the facilities and the mentally ill are applied. "The...
  • Widow of VA hospital patient asks: 'How could they keep me from my husband?'

    Nancy Washabaugh returns the flag that covered her husband's casket to a shelf. Mother and daughter discuss Floyd Washabaugh's life as a picture of Floyd and his daughter at Christmas flashes on a TV. A no-visitor policy at the Hampton VA hospital...
  • Trying to define binge eating disorder

    Trying to define binge eating disorder
    Binge eating was long seen by psychiatrists as an unusual symptom of major depression or an anxiety disorder. After all, it seemed sometimes to lessen or yield to antidepressants and psychotherapy -- both aimed primarily at treating depression or anxiety....
  • Swine Flu Poses Holiday Puzzle

    Swine Flu Poses Holiday Puzzle
    ATLANTA -- Health officials say swine flu cases appear to be declining throughout most of the U.S., but the specter of Thanksgiving gatherings makes it hard to predict what will happen next. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday...
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  • Ex-McDonogh QB Sabelhaus finds happiness in Hollywood

    Ex-McDonogh QB Sabelhaus finds happiness in Hollywood
    The pictures come clearly into the mind of Bob Sabelhaus Sr., as he is driving to New York for Thanksgiving and talking on his cell phone about his son Bobby, who in 1995 was the nation's top-rated quarterback prospect during his senior year at McDonogh....