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Bipolar Disorder (INACTIVE)

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  • 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...
  • Where mentally ill inmates actually get some help

    Where mentally ill inmates actually get some help
    There is little in Andy's appearance or manner that offers a clue as to what he's been through. The arrests, the jailhouse beatings, the commitments. He's soft-spoken and unassuming, so much so that the story of his life doesn't seem to go with the man...
  • Vivien Leigh, lavishly illustrated in a new biography

     Vivien Leigh, lavishly illustrated in a new biography
    British actress Vivien Leigh had that undefinable star quality. For 30 years, the exquisitely beautiful Leigh captivated film and theater audiences with her well-crafted, magnetic performances. In fact, Leigh won lead actress Oscars for creating two...
  • Contra Costa County puts special-ed juveniles in solitary, suit says

    BERKELEY, Calif. -- Advocacy groups on Thursday filed a class-action federal lawsuit against Contra Costa County's juvenile hall, alleging that some youths with disabilities are being denied educational services and held in solitary confinement for 23...
  • Dying stars' nebulae mysteriously aligned near galaxy's heart

    Dying stars' nebulae mysteriously aligned near galaxy's heart
    Astronomers studying dying stars' colorful cast-offs have discovered a mysterious pattern: Some planetary nebulae in the Milky Way galaxy’s central bulge are strangely aligned, according to a study to be published in Monthly Notices of the Royal...
  • Letters: Treat the mentally ill, don't jail them

    Re "The mentally ill in our jails," Editorial, Oct. 15 Los Angeles County can easily reduce its jail population by implementing Laura's Law and discharging eligible mentally ill inmates to assisted outpatient treatment. Laura's Law provides mandatory...
  • Josh Marks' death: Gordon Ramsay, 'MasterChef' execs mourn loss

    Josh Marks' death: Gordon Ramsay, 'MasterChef' execs mourn loss
    While an investigation continued into the circumstances surrounding the suspected suicide of "MasterChef" finalist Josh Marks, he was mourned Saturday by Chef Gordon Ramsay and "MasterChef" executives who worked closely with the gentle giant during the...
  • LAPD officer charged with assault in woman's arrest

    LAPD officer charged with assault in woman's arrest
    An LAPD officer has been charged with assaulting a woman under color of authority by kicking her in the groin during an arrest last year, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office announced Thursday. LAPD Officer Mary O’Callaghan, 48,...
  • Video of LAPD officer kicking woman should be public, lawyer says

    Video of LAPD officer kicking woman should be public, lawyer says
    Video from a police cruiser camera that shows an LAPD officer kicking a restrained woman -- who later died -- needs to made public, the family attorney said Thursday. The Los Angeles County district attorney's office charged Officer Mary O'Callaghan...
  • Grouchy, angry, irritable and depressed: the hard cases, study says

    Grouchy, angry, irritable and depressed: the hard cases, study says
    After languishing for years in the shadows of psychiatry's definition of adult depression, irritability is finally getting some respect again. It's about damned time, you might say. A new study has found that people suffering a major depressive...
  • Brown signs bill to allow children more than two legal parents

    Brown signs bill to allow children more than two legal parents
    SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation Friday that will allow children in California to have more than two legal parents, a measure opposed by some conservative groups as an attack on the traditional family. Sen. Mark Leno (D-San...