“Disease Mongering?” Can Psychiatry Heal Itself? - Scientific American https://apple.news/A71t-ui9qSkaOnl5flqMlAw “Sales of medications for mental illness increased by a factor of six between 1987 and 2001. Psychiatrists and drug companies aggressively promoted drugs for mild anxiety and depression, which had not previously been considered illnesses. (This is the practice that ...calls “disease-mongering.”) “
https://www.thebereancall.org/content/psychology-and-evangelical-church-0 We want to offer mostly unqualified agreement with the two-part discussion published in the newsletter: "Psychology and Psychotherapy parts 1 & 2." Published in the January and February editions of the Berean Call Newsletter. We wrote: "However, I was surprised (pardon me if I missed it) that you omitted the Biblical basis for Christian … Continue reading The Berean Call on “Psychology and Psychoanalysis”
"Academic psychology and medical testing are both dogged by unreliability. The reason is clear: we got probability wrong" David Colquhoun. University of London and fellow of the Royal Society. Article in Aeon.co...
Buprenorphine has been restricted, with physicians able to treat only 100 patients for a year or more. The drug acts on the receptor targets of heroin and morphine but does not produce the same high or dangerous side effects, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Rule changes permit wider implementation is
"Blessed are those who hunger and thirst after righteousness" why? "For they shall be filled." Filled means satisfied, contented and overflowing.
Psychotherapy does work. It just doesn't work as well as you would think from reading the scientific literature. Just like previously found with Antidepressant research studies.
Zombie Apocalypse? Seems like it's quietly come upon us. Antidepressant use among Americans is skyrocketing. Adults in the U.S. consumed four times more antidepressants in the late 2000s than they did in the early 1990s. AD's are the third most taken medication.