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Medicine: Schizophrenia Toxin?

After more than half a century of brilliant research into the emotional causes of schizophrenia, Zurich's famed Psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung, 81, made a...

JORDAN: Schizophrenia

Another Middle East King lost his throne: 43-year-old Talal of Jordan, after a tragic eleven-month reign. Adored by his people, Talal fell victim not to a...

DEMOCRATS: Safety in Schizophrenia

As New York's Governor Averell Harriman flew into Denver to spark a meeting of the Western Conference for Harriman, Democrats were busy last week deciphering...

World Battlefronts, THE WAR: Schizophrenia

Like a beaten boxer reeling toward a knockout the German Army had seen the blow coming. It was powerless to parry it. The punch struck hard from the...

West Germany Schizophrenia in the Ranks

There was something schizophrenic about last week's Social Democratic Party congress in Nuremberg. On one hand the 430 delegates overwhelmingly endorsed a...

Medicine: Schizophrenia at the A.M.A.

The American Medical Association, long under attack by liberals and now by the radical left as an obstacle to medical progress and a bastion of money-minded...

Medicine: Family Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is not known to be hereditary, but if one member of a family suffers from it, there is a greater than average chance that others will. To find...

The Link Between Marijuana and Schizophrenia

Since the days of Reefer Madness, scientists have sought to understand the complex connection between marijuana and psychosis. Cannabis can cause short-term...

Schizophrenia: One Family's Burden

Schizophrenia is the most personally destructive and least understood of all the major mental illnesses. Its principal hallmark is extremely disordered...

Biochemistry: New Clues to Schizophrenia

For years, some physicians have suspected that schizophrenia is associated with a biochemical imbalance in the brain, but the nature of the imbalance eluded...

Books: Skits & Schizophrenia

CAPTAIN NEWMAN, M.D. (331 pp.)—Leo Rosten—Harper ($4.95). H*Y*M*A*N K*A*P*L*A*N, the hero of a series of New Yorker stories by Leo Rosten, was a bemused...

CORPORATIONS: Successful Schizophrenia

At 9 a.m. each weekday, two Cadillacs purr up to the front and rear doors of the modern, lawn-surrounded factory of the Kaynar Corp. in Los Angeles. Brainy,...

THE ADMINISTRATION: Schizophrenia

The mellow voice of Price Administrator Ellis Arnall rose tremulously as he discussed the inflationary effects of the steel price increase. It will "set...