He was 68. Coburn had worked Discover More at rock station 95.5 KLOS for decades, and most recently held the 9:30 a.m. to noon slot. But he had also worked at L.A. rock stations KPPC, KLSX, KCBS-FM, KZLA and the legendary 1970s rock giant, KMET. The nationally-broadcast interview and music show, Rockline, was fed from L.A. to stations in nearly every market in the nation in the 70s. Coburn took the reins at Rockline from its founder, B. Mitchell Reed, and hosted the show from 1981 to 1994 and again from 1997 to 2014, when it ended. George Harrison, Keith Richards, Robert Plant and Paul McCartney were all hosted by Coburn, as well as the groups http://pokentedidly61b56.journalnewsnet.com/he-knows-this-process-from-the-parent-perspective-also-2-of-his-own-sons-have-gone-on-to-play-college-baseball Black Sabbath, Rush, Def Leppard and others in the pantheon of rock fame. Van Halen in Atlanta in 1984 was outright insanity: strippers, Schlitz Malt Liquor, Jack Daniels and a few other things, Coburn recalled in an interview with All Access in 2015.
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Psychiatry Roundup: Out With the Old, In With the…Old? By Laurie Martin This psychiatry roundup includes important or noteworthy stories in the news, including the Surgeon General’s initiative against addiction, the implementation of DSM’s Continuous Improvement Model, art and psychiatry, pediatric opioid poisoning, and more. Scroll through the slides for links to articles. Surgeon Generals Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health In response to the addiction crisis, which has become a public health emergency, The first-ever Surgeon Generals Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health reviews what we know about substance misuse and how you can use that knowledge to address substance misuse and related consequences. Facing Addiction Surgeon General, November 17, 2016 The Future of the DSM: Implementing a Continuous Improvement Model Michael First, MD and colleagues write about the APAs new web portal , built to create a living document of sorts for proposed changes to DSM. Individuals or groups making proposals must provide supportive information such as reasons for the change, data documenting improvements in validity, evidence of reliability and clinical utility, and a discussion of potentially harmful consequences associated with the proposed change. Proposals must also include a thorough review of the relevant literature and any secondary data analyses the proposers have conducted. A brilliant compilation of artwork related to essays by James C. Harris, MD, Director of the Developmental Neuropsychiatry Clinic and Professor of Psychiatry at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. JAMA National Trends in Hospitalizations for Opioid Poisonings Among Children and Adolescents This retrospective analysis found that pediatric hospitalizations for opioid poisonings increased nearly 2-fold from 1997 to 2012. Hospitalization rates were highest in older adolescents, but the largest percentage increase in hospitalizations over time occurred among the youngest children (toddlers and preschoolers). This is presumably a consequence of higher addiction rates in adults than ever before, as well as reckless storage and disposal methods of such medications that result in accidental poisonings. Mental Illness Is Not a Horror Show Andrew Solomon, PhD writes, “For those of look at here now us with firsthand experience with mental illness especially those who have experienced trauma in a mental hospital such [virtual reality and horror attraction] … ventures cut much too close to the bone.
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