Zeta-Jones checks into rehab for bipolar disorder
Catherine Zeta-Jones has entered into a rehabilitation facility to seek help for her bipolar disorder, it has been revealed.world Updated: May 01, 2013 00:57 IST
Catherine Zeta-Jones has entered into a rehabilitation facility to seek help for her bipolar disorder, it has been revealed.
The Academy Award winner is expected to complete a 30-day programme at the treatment center, TMZ.com has reported. According to sources the 43-year-old actress’ time at the facility is a proactive measure. Another source has described it as ‘maintenance’ for the star. Zeta-Jones was at a rehab in 2011 too. At the time, her rep had revealed that the beauty had “made the decision to check in to a mental health facility for a brief stay to treat her bipolar I disorder.”ANI
Now, Thatcher’s hairstyle becomes latest craze!
London: Margaret Thatcher’s iconic hairstyle seems to be in demand among women, hairstylists have revealed.
Fans of the late British Prime Minister have been paying their own tribute to her by copying her distinctive fashion, the Daily Star reported.
Celebrity stylist, Maximiliano Centini, said that his salon in London has done the style for more than 100 women in the past two weeks. The Iron Lady passed away in London on April 8. ANI
Brain’s bad wiring linked to body image obsession
Washington: People who suffer from body dysmorphic disorder — psychiatric condition in which people perceive themselves to be disfigured and ugly, even though they look normal to others — have abnormalities in the underlying connections in their brains, according to a new study. Dr Jamie Feusner, the study’s senior author and a UCLA associate professor of psychiatry, and his colleagues report that individuals with BDD have, in essence, global ‘bad wiring’ in their brains that is, there are abnormal network-wiring patterns across the brain. ANI
Herschel closes its eyes on universe
Washington: ESA’s Herschel space observatory has now run out of its supply of liquid helium coolant, ending more than three years of pioneering observations of the cool universe.
The event was not unexpected: the mission began with over 2,300 litres of liquid helium, which has been slowly evaporating since the final top-up the day before Herschel’s launch on 14 May 2009. The liquid helium was essential to cool the observatory’s instruments to close to absolute zero, allowing Herschel to make highly sensitive observations of the cold universe until today. ANI