Today: The Voice’s Christina & Cee Lo Return & DSM-5 Mental Health


Today Show: Marina And Kevin Krim Are Expecting

Marina and Kevin Krim, the couple who lost two of their three children last fall at the hands of a murderous nanny, are expecting a child this fall. Their surviving child is very excited at the prospect of having a new sibling.

Today Show: New York Photographer Snaps Pictures Of Neighbors, Draws Their Ire

Today Show: Christina Aguilera & Cee Lo Return To The Voice

Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green return to The Voice this fall. (Joe Seer /


A New York photographer has been snapping pictures of his neighbors and posting them as art, selling some of them for as much as $8,000, and the neighbors are none too pleased. Though no faces are in any of the pictures, the neighbors feel as if this is an invasion of privacy and may be filing to take legal action.

Today Show: Christina Aguilera And Cee Lo Return To The Voice

Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green are back to the voice this fall to take the place of Usher and Shakira on The Voice. For those that don’t want to see Usher and Shakira go, fear not. The two will be back for season 6.

Today Show: American Airlines Has New Incentive For Smaller Carry-Ons

American Airlines is posting a new policy where people with small carry-on bags small enough to fit under a seat will be allowed to board before those that have bigger bags. This will encourage people to check more bags than carry on.


Today Show: Returning Soldier Surprises Daughter At Tampa Bay Rays Game

9-year-old Alayna Adams was selected to throw out the first pitch at the Tampa Bay Rays/Boston Red Sox game, and got a big surprise while doing it. She got the opportunity primarily because her father has been stationed in Afghanistan as a lieutenant colonel for the last two years. After watching a video of him promising to come home soon, she threw the pitch…to her dad who was secretly playing as catcher. It took a second for her to realize who it was, but once she did, it was hard not to get choked up watching the heartwarming reunion.

Today Show: American Psychiatric Disorder Redefine Mental Disorders

The American Psychiatric Association made some big changes to its Diagnostic And Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder that are causing some controversy. In the first update in 19 years, the DSM-5 Task Force Chariman said that they are trying to more accurately describe mental disorders. Asperger’s is out and has been made part of the autism spectrum. Bereavement over a dead spouse can now be diagnosed as major depression. Hoarding and binge eating are now in as new disorders. Severe temper tantrums in kids is also part of the manual now as Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder.

Gail Saltz, a psychiatrist and associate professor at New York Presbyterian Hospital, and Sally Satel, psychiatrist and author of Brainwashed: The Seductive Appeal Of Mindless Neuroscience, came on the show to comment of these big changes. Gail Saltz thought that we should care about this because it is an update, it will probably not change the way many psychiatrists practice, because they treat conditions and not diagnoses. Sally Satal said that parents with children suffering from Asperger’s need not worry, as they will still be treated in the same fashion, but under the Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Binge eating disorder will not be diagnosed for just anybody. Someone who eats a pint of ice cream once a week and doesn’t feel good about it probably won’t be diagnosed. However, for those that overeat in excess of once a week and feel bad about it, they might come in for treatment. Bereavement leaves both Gail and Sally a little concerned for doctors that might prescribe medicine to people who just lost a loved one when, really, they just need attention and care for a small period of time.


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