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Compelling and moving ... paediatric neurosurgeon Jay Jayamohan in Brain Doctors. Photograph: Steve Standen/BBC/Landmark Films From The Heart: A Tonight Special 8pm, ITV With fewer than a third of the population currently registered as donors, the UK
2 hrs ago MUM-to-be the Duchess of Cambridge has jetted to the Caribbean for a holiday with Prince William after recovering from her morning sickness, The Sun can reveal. Kate, 31 who was hospitalised in December is staying at a £19,000-a-week villa
January 29, 2013 Problem gambling is now classified as a behavioral addiction, according to the soon to be released Diagnostic Statistical Manual, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) from the American Psychiatric Association. This is significant,” says
Readers around Australia have described their own battles with internet addiction in dozens of comments on the story of Karen*, whose 17-year-old son is addicted to online fantasy game Runescape. One father, who did not wish to be named, said his
The Massachusetts Council on Compulsive Gambling will host a public forum on the Internet and problem gambling. The forum is in response to a recent report on plans by the Massachusetts State Online Products Task Force to pursue Internet gambling.
3 November 2012 Medical experts are preparing to change the designation of nail biting from not otherwise classified, to obsessive compulsive disorder Millions of people around the world suffer from a self-mutilating and often painful addiction to
Despite repeatedly expressing his desire to give his version of what happened the night Marina Aksman was bludgeoned to death on April 1, 2010, Daniel Baker ultimately followed his defense attorneys advice and stayed off the witness stand this
October 19, 2012 Living in New York can be a real nightmare for a compulsive spender. Anna Medyukh was living on the Upper West Side when her spending got so out of control that she hadn't paid rent in five months and had racked up $15,000 in credit
OCD a matter of degree Anthony L...Ask Dr. K Posted: 10/12/2012 12:00:53 AM PDT Updated: 10/12/2012 12:00:53 AM PDT Dear Dr. K: The term OCD is used so casually these days. How can you identify someone who truly has obsessive-compulsive disorder?
W.Va. (AP) In the city of Morgantown, 911 dispatchers and firefighters call it an "overloaded structure."...Whatever the label, says code enforcement officer Tammy Michael , "it's a major safety issue."...The city is the first in West Virginia to