The site notes that it's the second time in two weeks that she's sought urgent medical care due to an "alarmingly low white blood cell count". "We also need to feel allowed to fall apart", she told Vogue magazine past year. She returned home days later but was readmitted the following week because her white blood cell count didn't improve, which reportedly sent her spiraling.
TMZ claims Selena tried to leave soon after she was admitted but doctors said she couldn't, which caused a "meltdown" and she "freaked out" and apparently tried to rip the IV lines out of her arm. She's surrounded by close family and has a lot of support. "She's doing better now and is seeking treatment on the East Coast".
Selena will be receiving dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT), TMZ further reports.
Chinese spy tried to steal U.S. aviation trade secrets
The growing animosity is exacerbated by the raging trade war started by US President Donald Trump earlier this year. The employee's talk included details about engines that were designed and produced by his company.
Mental health in schools: we need to make it count
The approach to the mental health must cover the full spectrum which is from day today wellness to many disabling conditions. Dagg notes mental health issues cost the Canadian economy up to $50 billion a year.
Watch the Soyuz MS-10 rocket launch failure
NASA said that rescue teams have reached Hague and Ovchinin and they've been taken out of the capsule and were in good condition. Additionally, the Soyuz rocket launches cargo ships to the space station along with crewed missions like the one this morning.
The news comes just weeks after Selena, 26, said she was taking a break from social media. The "It Ain't Me" singer started giving away her clothes on Instagram and sent a freaky message to Jennifer Lopez on Instagram, which was the final straw before announcing a social media hiatus.
'Kindness and encouragement only for a bit!
According to Entertainment Weekly, Gomez was hospitalized after enduring tremendous stress over the state of her medical condition, which includes a battle with lupus.
"I feel like I've been private so much because I'm so terrified of what these magazines are going to say about me", she shared in an Instagram Story. She wrote: "Just remember- negative comments can hurt anybody's feelings".