Important Factors Typically Ignored in Mental Health Screening Tests

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11 percent of Americans over the age of 12 are on antidepressant drugs. In 2010, antidepressants were the second most commonly prescribed type of medication in the US

Short-term trials show that antidepressants do NOT provide any clinically significant benefits for mild to moderate depression, compared to a placebo Continue reading

What You Need to Know About Testosterone Testing and Testosterone Replacement Therapy

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The number of testosterone prescriptions have tripled over the past decade, causing researchers to sound the alarm that men may be abusing the hormone Continue reading

Manufacturing Madness: The Pseudoscience of Modern Psychiatry

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Twenty-six years have passed since Prozac, the antidepressant drug, was introduced to the US market and quickly achieved the label of a “wonder drug.” In the decade that followed, other antidepressant drugs including paroxetine (Paxil), sertraline (Zoloft), fluvoxamine (Luvox), and citalopram (Celexa) would be released, Continue reading

Secretion Secrets: Things You Didn’t Know About Earwax

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Earwax is a self-cleaning agent for your ears where it helps slow the growth of bacteria and prevent dirt from entering your ear Continue reading

A History of Holistic Dog Care

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Juliette de Bairacli Levy and one of her home-bred and holistically raised Turkuman Afghans in the 1960s Continue reading

Continuous Monitoring Helps Slash Hospital Length of Stay

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Continuous, contact-free electronic monitoring of hospital patients helped to reduce length of stay by roughly 9 percent, according to research published this month in the American Journal of Medicine. Continue reading

Sniffing Fruit ‘Improves your Diet’: Smells Can Trick Brain into Choosing the Healthy Option when also Faced with a Treat

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When diners have to choose either a healthy dish or a calorie-laden treat, it can be an all-out battle between willpower and temptation. Continue reading