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Mental Health (INACTIVE)

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  • Autopsy shows Baltimore police officer hanged self in jail

    Autopsy shows Baltimore police officer hanged self in jail
    Baltimore police officer James Smith hanged himself while in his cell awaiting trial in the murder of his fiancee, an autopsy concluded on Tuesday. The office of the chief medical examiner said the cause and manner of death was suicide by hanging, said...
  • More people are turning to life coaches for advice and direction

    More people are turning to life coaches for advice and direction
    It wasn't a great time for Anne Pence. The 56-year-old single mother from Baltimore had issues with past relationships, her house was damaged in a fire, she was unhappy with her job and was struggling to find answers for her daughter with attention-...
  • Families marking anniversary of Sikh temple shootings

    Families marking anniversary of Sikh temple shootings
    Families of those killed a year ago when a gunman opened fire at a Sikh temple outside Milwaukee will join a national gun control group for a day of remembrance Monday, the anniversary of the shootings. The shootings took place at the Sikh Temple of...
  • Funding NIH behavioral research is a waste of money

    Funding NIH behavioral research is a waste of money
    Regarding Sandra Hofferth's recent column on funding for the National Institutes of Health, I agree that "closing the longevity gap depends on behavioral and social science research" ("Budget cuts and the politics of research," July 15). However, Ms....
  • 'This Is It' director worried whether Jackson could pull off tour

    Frustrated that Michael Jackson was not showing up for rehearsals just weeks before his London concert series was set to open, the tour director testified Tuesday that he had “serious concerns” whether the "This Is It" tour could go on....
  • Daughter's weight creates worry and denial

    Daughter's weight creates worry and denial
    Dear Amy: Due to a job layoff last year, our 32-year-old daughter has been living with my husband and me. She recently returned to work but receives a low salary and no health insurance. She has a gluten intolerance, which requires meals without wheat...
  • Brian Williams' mental illness remark draws fire

    Brian Williams' mental illness remark draws fire
    As president of the Mental Health Association of Central Florida, Candy Crawford spends a lot of time trying to dispel the common myths about mental illness. It's an uphill battle. So when she tuned in her favorite national news anchor Thursday --...
  • Amanda Bynes appeals her mental health detention

    A judge is set to hear Amanda Bynes' appeal of her 14-day involuntary mental health hospitalization this week at a Ventura psychiatric facility. The actress is being held at a Ventura psychiatric facility for up to 14 days following her detention last...
  • Sharing private medical information is wrong

    Sharing private medical information is wrong
    Dear Amy: Recently, my brother was hospitalized for a serious mental health issue. My sister is an avid social media user. She was all over her social media accounts, sharing the details, which were very unpleasant. She "tagged" his name in posts. I...
  • On the Town: New holiday 'tradition' benefits Burbank veterans

    On the Town: New holiday 'tradition' benefits Burbank veterans
    Every city in the United States has carved out a tradition for celebrating the nation's birth. While some stage parades, hot-dog-eating contests or community barbecues, Burbank's tradition has been centered at the Starlight Bowl, where the country's...
  • The science of hunger strikes

    The science of hunger strikes
    ROYAL OAK, Mich. — Hunger will change you. Just ask Thomas Mahany. The Michigan stonemason and veterans' advocate has starved himself three times in the name of justice, living only on water spiked with lemon juice and salt for weeks at a time....