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Schizophrenia (INACTIVE)

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  • L.A. police panel revises officer shooting reviews

    The Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday revised the way it evaluates police shootings, tying an officer's use of deadly force to his or her actions in the moments leading up to the incident. The unanimous decision by the civilian panel that...
  • Doctor accused by medical board will give up license

    SAN FRANCISCO — More than four years after a 52-year-old psychiatric patient was left with a broken neck for five hours on the floor of her room at Metropolitan State Hospital, the physician responsible for her care has agreed to give up his...
  • In Fullerton, a Kelly Thomas protest that's even more painful

    In Fullerton, a Kelly Thomas protest that's even more painful
    When Tina Kinser showed up at the Fullerton police station Saturday morning, she had a flashback to the summer of 2011. Almost everything seemed the same. The demands for justice blaring out of bullhorns. The people in Guy Fawkes masks holding signs...
  • Fullerton police protesters demand justice for Kelly Thomas

    When Tina Kinser showed up at the Fullerton police station Saturday morning she had a flashback to the summer of 2011. Almost everything seemed the same. The demands for justice blaring out of bullhorns. The people holding signs with pictures of her...
  • Justice and Kelly Thomas

    Justice and Kelly Thomas
    The controversial Kelly Thomas case prompted more outrage this week. After an Orange County jury found two former Fullerton police officers not guilty in the death of a schizophrenic homeless man, dozens of letter writers responded heatedly with their...
  • 'Death Class' puts emphasis on living fully

     'Death Class' puts emphasis on living fully
    As a reporter, Erika Hayasaki covered disasters and American tragedies, but it wasn't until she took a college course on death that she began to understand the difference between the good and the bad way to end. The class was called "Death in...
  • The Law That Could Fix Mental Health Care

    In the wake of gun violence such as occurred at Sandy Hook Elementary School, commissions are organized. Rarely, however, are meaningful reforms proposed. Legislation recently introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives by Tim Murphy, R-Pa., is a...
  • What doctors know: Profession treatment key to controlling eating disorders

    Source: National Eating Disorders Association http://www.whatdoctorsknow.com Eating disorders are real, complex and devastating conditions that can have serious consequences for a patient's health, productivity and relationships - and even kill. In the...
  • 'Gabby' Giffords to skydive on 3rd anniversary of Tucson shooting

    'Gabby' Giffords to skydive on 3rd anniversary of Tucson shooting
    Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle "Gabby" Giffords of Arizona is skydiving Wednesday, the third anniversary of a rampage that killed six people and left the legislator partially paralyzed. Giffords, 43, was one of more than a dozen people who were wounded in...
  • Albany Park neighborhood man missing

    Albany Park neighborhood man missing
    Police are asking for the public’s helping finding a 20-year-old man suffering from schizophrenia who went missing 10 days ago from his Albany Park neighborhood home. Pedro Rodriguez, who also goes by the nickname Arthur Pain, was last seen Nov. 3...
  • Johnson and Johnson's business decisions impact people's health

     
    Last week, Johnson & Johnson agreed to pay more than $2.2 billion in civil and criminal fines to settle charges that the pharmaceutical marketed medications for unapproved purposes and rewarded doctors who inappropiately prescribed it to patients, risking...
  • Obamacare: Don't be selfish and shortsighted, buy a better plan

    Obamacare: Don't be selfish and shortsighted, buy a better plan
    In an effort to placate angry (and shortsighted) Americans, President Obama announced Thursday that they could keep their substandard health insurance plans for another year so long as insurers were still willing to offer them. Never mind that these...