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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The father of a severely autistic man who died after being left alone in a hot van last year is suing a suburban Philadelphia care facility. The Philadelphia Daily News reports William Nevins filed a federal lawsuit last week...
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Betty Ford returned Wednesday to the city where she grew up and wed the man who became the only president from Michigan, prompting hundreds to line the streets in front of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum as her...
Tags: Anglicanism, Politics, Richard Nixon, Government, Betty Ford
ATLANTA (AP) — Health officials say roughly 1 in 25 adolescents in the United States are taking antidepressants. A new study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is the first to offer statistics on how many kids ages 12 to 17 take...
Supplies of Adderall, a prescription drug typically used to treat Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), are running out and pharmacists say there's nothing they can do. Some pharmacists say "blame the government" while others say "blame the...
It's a problem gripping some local communities and taking young lives. Local police, ER doctors and coroners say heroin is back with a vengeance. A powerful drug Photos and memories are all Janet Gardner has of her son Ryan. "He was always smiling,"...
Tags: Heroin, Theft, Crimes, Prescription Drugs, General Practitioners
Three Tribune staff members were honored in Chicago recently for placing in a national contest. Photographer Marcus Marter placed first in the Inland Press Association’s Feature Photography category for "Loosey Goosey." Senior Writer Virginia...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A medical society for addiction doctors has reiterated its opposition to marijuana legalization as its California chapter considers voicing its support for allowing and regulating adult use of the drug as a way to prevent its...
CARSON CITY, Nev. (AP) — New information from police says a northern Nevada gunman feared demons were after him in the months before his deadly rampage at a Carson City IHOP restaurant. The Nevada Appeal reports (http://bit.ly/tH2qcp ) that 32-...
SOUTH BEND — When Camp Mariposa-Indiana opens in December, children from families affected by addiction will have the opportunity to be themselves in a safe environment, according to Karen Moyer, co-founder and chairman of the Moyer Foundation....
Tags: Health Treatments
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Newly released court documents say at least 14 different prescription drug bottles were found in the Tampa home of a 50-year-old woman accused of killing her two teenagers in January. Documents released Monday by prosecutors show...
Tags: Bipolar Disorder, Tampa, Crimes, Murder, Prescription Drugs
WASHINGTON (AP) — More than a thousand Iraq and Afghanistan veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder would be given lifetime disability retirement benefits such as military health insurance under the terms of a settlement reached between the...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND - A southern Indiana teenager serving life in prison without parole for killing his little brother has appealed the case to the Indiana Supreme Court, asking for a lighter sentence. On Monday, the justices heard arguments related to Andrew...
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