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The Medicine CabinetQ: What is catatonia? Can it be treated? A: Catatonia is a disorder of motor functioning. It was first described in 1874. By the turn of the 20th century, an influential psychiatrist named Emil Kraepelin had linked it to schizophrenia. As a result, it's...
Democratic nominee for governor Terry McAuliffe wants to revamp and reinvest in Virginia's mental health system so that the state's jails and prisons no longer serve as warehouses for the mentally ill. In a policy proposal released to The Daily Press...
Connecticut needs to help the tiny group of mentally ill people trapped in the revolving door of madness, homelessness, hospitalization and prison simply because they won't take their medication. This state should join the 44 others that allow so-called...
Tags: Pharmaceuticals, Mental Health, Judges, Mental Illness, Asthma
firstname.lastname@example.orgFamily members of Wayne Jones, who died March 13 from multiple gunshot wounds when five Martinsburg police officers tried to arrest him during an altercation, claimed at a news conference Wednesday that Jones was struck 15 times by police bullets. The...
TUCSON -- More than two years after a gunman opened fire in Tucson killing six and seriously wounding former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, authorities on Wednesday released thousands of pages of records about the case that had previously been kept private....
PHOENIX (AP) — Hundreds of pages of police reports in the investigation of the Tucson shooting rampage that wounded former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords are being released Wednesday, marking the public's first glimpse into documents that authorities...
This story was originally published February 10, 2013. The Virginia Tech shooter, Seung-Hui Cho, was diagnosed with severe social anxiety disorder as a teenager. In Aurora, Colo., the defense attorney for the accused shooter James Eagen Holmes,...
They've served their jail time or they've been released from hospital custody. Then what happens to those diagnosed with a mental illness? Without sufficient community support, many will cycle back into crisis care at a hospital or the criminal...
Mariel Hemingway, makeup-free and in sweats, is gorgeous. That bone structure, her cheetah-like build and flowing hair have been familiar for decades. What's disarming is her forthright approach to a rough family history and her determination to live...
Tags: Depression, Movies, Climbing, Mental Illness, Manhattan (movie)
Simona A. Farrise founded Farrise Law Firm in 2007 with a broad mission: to make the seemingly impossible possible. An expert in complex litigation, Farrise has built a firm that helps clients through the most trying times of their lives. In the process,...
Tags: Mesothelioma, Judges, Defendants, Heart Attack, Legal Service
L.A. NOWCocaine intoxication was a “major factor” in the death of Alesia Thomas, a woman who died shortly after she was forcibly taken into custody by several LAPD officers, according to the findings of an autopsy by the Los Angeles County......
Diagnosed as bipolar and off his medications, the 20-year veteran firefighter was naked in an elevator when he was first arrested in South Carolina. Now a Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) trainer for police departments throughout Hampton Roads, Bryan...
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