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  • When he died – broke and broken down by self-neglect and dangerous addictions – at the age of only 34, graffiti artists scrawled "Bird Lives!" on Harlem walls.

    A teenage Charlie Parker has a cymbal thrown at him

  • One of the most frequent posters appears to be Starlene, whose mother has Diogenes syndrome, which is characterized by severe self-neglect and is the most extreme type of hoarding.

    Dirty Secret

  • Dr. Chase Fennell said death was due to blood-poisoning from bed-sores, due to self-neglect and filthy surroundings, and the jury returned a verdict to that effect.

    A MAN AND THE ABYSS

  • When he died – broke and broken down by self-neglect and dangerous addictions – at the age of only 34, graffiti artists scrawled "Bird Lives!" on Harlem walls.

    A teenage Charlie Parker has a cymbal thrown at him

  • While many people die because of late detection due to their own negligence, there is no reason to believe this self-neglect is more common in the UK than in the US.

    RNC airs critical ads prior to Obama visit

  • When he died – broke and broken down by self-neglect and dangerous addictions – at the age of only 34, graffiti artists scrawled "Bird Lives!" on Harlem walls.

    A teenage Charlie Parker has a cymbal thrown at him

  • We move on to the "Naked Lady Who Stood On Her Head", the book's namesake, where he delivers a quick emergency cure to a young woman delirious from severe hypoglycemia; but he also has the sense not to stop there and continues to work with her and her family so she can move beyond dependence and self-neglect, which is what will keep her out of the ER in the future.

    Lloyd I. Sederer, MD: The Naked Lady Who Stood On Her Head: A psychiatrist's stories of his most bizarre cases

  • We move on to the "Naked Lady Who Stood On Her Head", the book's namesake, where he delivers a quick emergency cure to a young woman delirious from severe hypoglycemia; but he also has the sense not to stop there and continues to work with her and her family so she can move beyond dependence and self-neglect, which is what will keep her out of the ER in the future.

    Lloyd I. Sederer, MD: The Naked Lady Who Stood On Her Head: A psychiatrist's stories of his most bizarre cases

  • -- Guardianship (also called conservatorship in California), while the ultimate protection against self-neglect, is an extreme step and should only be taken with the advice of an experienced elder law attorney.

    Helping Aging Parents Who Don't Want Help

  • -- Guardianship (also called conservatorship in California), while the ultimate protection against self-neglect, is an extreme step and should only be taken with the advice of an experienced elder law attorney.

    Helping Aging Parents Who Don't Want Help

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