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  • OxyContin maker closely guards its list of suspect doctors

     OxyContin maker closely guards its list of suspect doctors
    Over the last decade, the maker of the potent painkiller OxyContin has compiled a database of hundreds of doctors suspected of recklessly prescribing its pills to addicts and drug dealers, but has done little to alert law enforcement or medical authorities.
  • Friends, relatives of suicide victims are bound in grief

    Hope was the theme of the day, but unremitting pain was the backdrop when friends and family members of suicide victims gathered in a Culver City park on Saturday for their annual summer potluck. "Survivors After Suicide" they call themselves. It's a...

    It's a crime to house the mentally ill this way

    It's a crime to house the mentally ill this way
    If you routinely hear voices, hallucinate, sink into suicidal depression or suffer inescapable torment, Los Angeles has a place for you. The county jail. On Monday, the jail held 3,200 inmates diagnosed with a mental illness and accused of a crime....

    'Drunkorexia': Resources for addressing a problem

    'Drunkorexia': Resources for addressing a problem
    Need help with your food or alcohol issues? Here are a few ideas about getting help: Alcoholics Anonymous, Central Office in Los Angeles: (323) 936-4343, http://www.lacoaa.org Overeaters Anonymous Meeting Hotline in Los Angeles: (323) 653-7499, http:/...

    Abandoning the shame of mental illness

    Abandoning the shame of mental illness
    Her husband had been emotionally unraveling for months; paranoid, delusional, his mind hijacked by stubborn mental illness and dangerous drugs. So when Erik Lamberg left his family in Hermosa Beach and set out for Oregon — to get sober, he said...