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Total Recovery Offers a Game-Changing Look at the Way We View and Treat Chronic Pain and Depression

Total Recovery Offers a Game-Changing Look at the Way We View and Treat Chronic Pain and Depression

Where do you go when you’ve been suffering from inexplicable pain, have seen countless specialists, undergone every test imaginable, and still have no answers? Dr. Gary Kaplan, founder & director of the Kaplan Center for Integrative Medicine in McLean, VA, offers answers to these questions, along with fascinating new insights into the field of chronic pain and depression treatment in his book, Total Recovery: Solving the Mystery of Chronic Pain & Depression (Rodale, May 2014).

Enjoy tapas at Bold Bite for the World Cup


BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- If you're a huge soccer fan and looking for ways to make the most of the World Cup experience then you may want to swing by Bold Bite for the games, World Cup tapas and montados.

PHOTOS: Enjoy the World Cup with tapas and montados: http://on.wusa9.com/SRvOYs

Tapas
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- Gambas al Ajillo- shrimp, garlic, hot dried peppers, olive oil

-Tortilla de patatas with smoked aioli - "Spanish omelette"

-Mini chorizos

- Roasted piquillos peppers with garlic confit

Montados (Spanish version of the Bruschetta)

- Toasted bread with Manchego, cracked black pepper, white truffle oil

Md. Lululemon killer wants new trial


BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- The woman convicted of killing a co-worker at the Bethesda Lululemon Athletica store wants a new trial.

Brittany Norwood says prosecutors relied on police interviews which were conducted without reading her Miranda rights. Her attorney, Christopher Griffiths, filed a notice of appeal with the Maryland Special Court of Appeals Monday night.

Prosecutors say they stand by the way they handled the case.

Norwood is serving a life sentence for killing Jayna Murray in 2011 after Murray discovered some clothing from the store inside Norwood's bag and told the manager.

PHOTOS: Bethesda Lululemon murder evidence

Buildings in Bethesda evacuated for broken gas line


BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- A broken gas line has caused the evacuation of several buildings in Bethesda.

Officials say the evacuations are in the 4900 block of St. Elmo Avenue. It's unclear if there are any injuries.

We'll update as more information becomes available.


Workers rescued from NIH building in Bethesda


BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- Montgomery County Fire and Rescue crews are on the scene of a high angle rescue at the NIH building.

We're told that workers were rescued after scaffolding on the side of the partially collapsed.

The NIH building is located in the 9000 block of Rockville Pike. Sky9 is headed to the scene.

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Man struck by train at Bethesda Metro leaves hospital


BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- A man has checked himself out of the hospital after being struck by a train at the Bethesda Metro station early Tuesday evening.

Officials say the victim, who is in his 40s, fell from the platform onto the inbound tracks just as the train was pulling into the station. A medical emergency is being described as the cause of the fall, officials say. The man does have a history of seizures and was accompanied by a companion at the time of the incident.

When the incident happened, several people on the metro platform saw the man fall and tried to alert the train operator to stop the train by waving and yelling. The train was not able to stop and did hit the man, officials said.

Police: Female injured in stabbing at Md. high school


BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- Montgomery County police say are responding to a stabbing at Walter Johnson High School.

Police say the incident involves two students and a pair of scissors. EMS evaluated and transported one female with a minor laceration.

Walter Johnson High School is located in the 6400 block of Rock Spring Drive.

Police say both students are in the custody of School Resource officers and that the incident is being investigated.

Walter Johnson principal Jennifer Baker sent out the following note to the school community:

Dear Walter Johnson Community,