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The Hartford CourantThe horrific mass murder of children and school personnel in Newtown prompted calls for more screening of gun buyers to identify the mentally ill and prevent or restrict purchases of weapons and ammunition. This simplistic, impractical and unfair proposal...
Dear Amy: I would like some advice on a situation that's been bothering me for quite some time. I have two best guy friends. Both of them are straight. I am gay. They are pretty open-minded about having a gay best friend. However, both of them allow me to...
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Internet-centered technology has advanced to the point that smartphone apps and e-commerce sites seemingly sprout overnight. Indeed, many can be built inexpensively from off-the-shelf software in weeks. Scientific breakthroughs, however, often require...
PHOENIX — His face is shadowed under an oversized baseball cap. His gaze is often averted to the ceiling or floor. His handshake is distant, his voice is small, his sentences trail off into awkward silence. The first impression of Dodgers...
Doctors have discovered a way for professional football players to see how much damage their brains have suffered through a bruising career before it’s too late, according to a new study. UCLA researchers led a team of scientists that used a...
Michelle Ross of Oklahoma City never followed the playing career of Erik Kramer, who was the Bears' quarterback in the mid-1990s. "I am not much of a sports person," she said. But after coming across a Tribune story about Kramer's late son, Griffen,...
If anyone calls the hero of Christopher Paul Curtis' Depression-era novel by the name of Buddy, not Bud, the 10-year-old orphan gets upset. His loving mom, who died a few years previously, always told him to insist he be called "Bud, not Buddy," an...
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Hours after Karen Brocklebank's son posted pictures online late last month of his forearm marred with a series of self-inflicted cuts and a threat to kill himself on his 13th birthday, she sat in an uncomfortable emergency room chair, sleepless and in...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Treating people with depression using weak electrical currents passed into the brain through a headband may help relieve some of their symptoms when combined with an antidepressant, a new study suggests. Researchers found that...
French sociologist Emile Durkheim wrote, "No fact is more readily transmissible by contagion than suicide." According to writer Giles Fraser, the media play a part in this transmission. In an article in the British newspaper The Guardian, Fraser argues...
Iris DeMent’s much-celebrated 2012 release, “Sing the Delta” (Flariella), marked the singer’s first album of new material in 16 years. But it was an album of old-timey gospel songs she essentially released for herself in 2004,...
OPENING FRIDAY Side Effects Steven Soderbergh, rightly considered one of Hollywood’s smartest movie makers, is at his cleverest in "Side Effects," a canny, cunning big-idea thriller in a minor key, an engrossing zeitgeist whodunit about Wall...
Jan 25, 2013 |Story| Hartford Courant
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