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The Monster You Can't See: A Young Woman's Struggle With Depression
Current writer and baker, former talent manager and marketing ...
So let's skip off into the doom-full sunset together, my fellow depression having friends. Or we can walk slowly, and not speak to each other. Maybe even pause to sit down halfway and revel in the awfulness of it all -- that's fine too.
On Memory, Medication, and Meditation
Writer/Editor; Music Publisher
I was always the guy who remembered everything, from baseball stats to the B-sides of obscure singles to phone numbers I hadn't dialed in decades. But recently, finding my eyeglasses and keys had required more and more sleuthing.
No Quick Fix to Fighting Depression Comes Without Long-Term Side Effects
Stuart H. Garber, D.C., Ph.D.
President, California Homeopathic Medical Society
Many of the symptoms that patients complain about are the side effects caused by the drug that they were incorrectly prescribed in the first place. I want to stress the need that patients must ask questions and be educated.
A Drug-Maker's Ethical 'Mistakes'
Day Family Senior Lecturer of Business Ethics, Johnson at Corn...
Pharmaceutical giant Glaxo made profits in ways that manipulated the choices of doctors and sometimes resulted in patients' being subjected to significant risks without their informed consent.
$3 Billion in Fines for Illegal Marketing of Paxil, Wellbutrin and Other Drugs
Dr. Peter Breggin
Although it is encouraging to see the legal system to some degree catching up with drug company malfeasance, there are a number of problems with the criminal and civil cases brought by the Department of Justice against drug companies.
The Tincture of Time and Talk: Helping Ailing College Students Develop an Emotional Sense of Direction
Family therapist and educator
Emotional health challenges on college campuses today are overwhelming. What is going on? And what can we do about it?
Understanding the Placebo Effect
Author, musician, retreat leader.
My first foray into the nebulous world of antidepressants was in 1985 when I was put on Sinequan. It gave me severe cotton mouth, didn't do much for my mood.
What's in a Nonsense Name?
Essayist, Humorist & Author
The trend in giving your company a nonsense name reached a new high when Sci Fi channel announced it was changing its name to "Syfy."
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