“It’s the end of the road for antibiotics unless we act urgently,” - Dr. Tom Friedman
There is a deep sickness beginning to take hold of the American psyche that threatens to undermine the already shaken stability of the lives of everyone in this country.
A study just published in JAMA Jan 5, reported that SSRI antidepressants are no better than placebo for most cases of depression.
Low libido is a common complaint among women. It affects about 10% of women in the U.S., and up to 16% in Europe and Australia. Researchers are suggesting an ancient herb may provide relief.
Could this ancient spice be superior to drugs for treating premenstrual syndrome (PMS)?
Millions believe depression is caused by 'serotonin deficiency,' but where is the science in support of this theory?
Bipolar Disorder is one of the biggest mental health concerns in the United States, but instead of addressing the true, spiritual nature of the disease, the normal course of treatment involves harmful pharmaceuticals.
After years of growing concern, the California state auditor has produced a damning report describing how the state’s 79,000 foster children are being drugged with psychotropic medications at abnormally high rates.
Antidepressants are big business. But for the same money, and without the side effects, a little mindfulness can do the same job.
With the rise in antidepressant use in recent years, we have witnessed the creation of many new clinical diagnoses in the field of psychiatry. Are they real or manufactured?
Psych drugs aren't just ineffective. They're deadly.
Too many of us blindly put faith into different authorities, but when it comes to personal health and diet, your self knowledge and gut intuition should be your guide.
Sometimes doing something proactively appears defensible and logical when, at its root, lies a hubris that we may soon come to regret.
Medical researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Public Health say the evidence is strong that a pregnant mother who takes certain types of antidepressant drugs will have a dramatically increased risk of her child having autism.
Is mental illness simply a matter of a "chemical imbalance" or "bad gene"? Do we need to fix children’s disordered brains or do we need to let kids be kids?
There are many causes of low libido, but they do not require a pill or drug therapy to be reversed.
We know that all drugs have side effects. That’s just part of the deal right? But is it really possible that an antidepressant can cause a sane person to act like a cold-blooded criminal?