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She Wanted To Be The Perfect Mom, Then Landed In A Psychiatric Unit

Postpartum psychosis is rare but very real, doctors say. And, unlike in some countries, U.S. moms who need inpatient psychiatric care can't bring along their babies, adding to the trauma.

People wait in line at Chef Jose Andres' World Central Kitchen for free meals to workers affected by the government shutdown in Washington, DC. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Opinion: Volunteers Step Up To Care For Furloughed Federal Workers

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She Wanted To Be The Perfect Mom, Then Landed In A Psychiatric Unit

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Belmont University's nursing program started hiring actors like Vickie James to help with their end-of-life simulations for students. Blake Farmer/WPLN hide caption

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Morphine, And A Side Of Grief Counseling: Nursing Students Learn How To Handle Death

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On Broadway, 'Network' Goes From Satire To Tragedy

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Young and Rich The Tubes
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Floratone Floratone

California Gov. Gavin Newsom, right, hugs TSA employee Miguel Pagarigan at the Sacramento International Airport Thursday. "Because of the shutdown and being furloughed ... I had to put a 'For Sale' sign on my house on Sunday," Pagarigan said. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Defying Trump Administration, Calif. Offers Federal Workers Unemployment Benefits

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