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Are You Mentally Ill? Find Out at ShopRite

I don’t know about you, but every time I walk into my local ShopRite, I go a little bit crazier. The long lines. The bad […]

City Life

The Tragedy of Madison Holleran and Suicides at Penn

Doors were beginning to open for Madison Holleran. She racked up straight As, ran track, and pushed her Northern Highlands Regional High School soccer team […]

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Penn Dean Reveals Third Student Suicide Since End of Last Semester

In the wake of the high-profile suicides of Penn students Madison Holleran and Elvis Hatcher, Philadelphia magazine has learned that a third university student had […]

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Minding Your Mind’s Fourth Annual Blue Gene Gala

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Meet the Sixers Player Who Refuses to Take Airplanes

This summer, the Sixers’ new GM Sam Hinkie traded for a promising, versatile, fascinating 22-year-old power forward named Royce White. Last season, White played for […]

City Life

Guns, PTSD, Mental Illness and a Post-Navy Yard World

As the theories about what set Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis on his homicidal tear pile up, old policy clashes are re-emerging. Gun control advocates […]

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Bradford Regional Medical Center to Offer Internet Addiction Treatment Program

Are you a karma junkie? Memes Got You Hooked? Chasing the Youtube dragon endlessly? If so, consider checking into the nation’s very first internet addiction […]

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Police Remove Three Children From Feces-Filled Logan Home

Police removed three girls from a Logan neighborhood home that was reportedly filled with feces, trash and other random nasties. Aged 1, 3, and 4, […]

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LOVE Park’s Real Homeless Problem

Last week Philly Mag posted what seemed to be a fairly innocuous question on its Facebook page: “LOVE Park will be getting an upgrade. What […]

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Humane Officers Find Hoarder’s “House of Horrors” in Bustleton

Humane officers last night entered — in the words of PSPCA law enforcement director George Bengal — a “house of horrors” to rescue an unconscious man in […]

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Montgomery County’s Suicide Rate Up an Astonishing 83.9 Percent

Turns out the ‘burbs are somewhat depressing, at least recently. Suicide rates in Montgomery County, once below the national average, have skyrocketed 83.9 percent between […]

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For Those Who Are Suicidal, Despair Will End

I am in Rehoboth in a cheap motel room, a nubby yellow bedspread rough beneath my fingers, a loose, faux-wood headboard hard against my back. […]

City Life

You Might Not Have ADHD. You Might Just Be Tired.

The New York Times recently fanned the flames of the controversy over whether many cases of ADD, and even ADHD, are actually cases of sleep […]

City Life

We Can’t Find the Next Adam Lanza

This past week, before yesterday’s shameless display of ideological stonewalling cast a cloud of senselessness over the U.S. Senate, the New York Times ran an […]

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Meet Philly’s 92-Year-Old WWII Vet Who Still Suffers From PTSD

If you’re wondering how long we’ll live with stories of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans suffering from symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder, you might want to […]