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Study: Older Antipsychotics Shouldn’t Be Used For Elderly

For patients in nursing homes, treatment with antipsychotic medicines is pretty much routine. Though the drugs were developed to treat […]

How Lawmakers Lost Their Sense Of Shame

Connie Johnson is not afraid to be outrageous. The Democratic state senator from Oklahoma has watched in frustration for several […]

Dustin Lance Black: Telling The Story Of ‘J. Edgar’

This interview was originally broadcast on Dec. 6, 2011. In the first part of his career, J. Edgar Hoover was […]

25 Years Later, ‘The Singing Detective’ Still Shines

The Singing Detective is the story of a writer of pulp-fiction novels, hospitalized for a horrible skin condition that has […]

‘Wanderlust’: A Zany Blast From The Communal Past

In sophisticated comedy, what’s funny is the tension between proper manners and the nasty or sexy subtext. Whereas in low […]

Newlywed Detectives Dredge Up The Thames’ Secrets

Chief among the many reasons to keep current with Deborah Crombie’s excellent mystery series starring Scotland Yard Superintendent Duncan Kincaid […]

‘Bully’ Problems: The MPAA Gives A Scarlet ‘R’ To A Thoughtful Documentary

The Weinstein Company has lost an appeal to the MPAA, which has smacked an R rating on the painful documentary […]

It’s All Politics, February 23, 2012

Was the shootout in Mesa the last debate of the primary season? We’re already suffering from withdrawal! This week we […]

In Rice, How Much Arsenic Is Too Much?

The news that some rice-based foods are surprisingly high in arsenic has left rice lovers wondering how the heck we’re […]

N.H. GOP Moves To Revise State’s Contraception Law

New Hampshire, one of the least religious states in the nation, has become the latest front in the political battle […]

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