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A recent article on Kurzweil.net has discussed how researchers from the University of Western Ontario and the Lawson Health Research Institute have found that… functional changes within a key brain network occur directly after a 30-minute session of noninvasive, neurofeedback training.1 The article explains how… Dysfunction of this cognitive-control network has previously been implicated in […]
Following on in our ‘Member’s Profiles‘ series, today’s profile is from one of our newest members Jezebel from over at “The Trapeze Swinger“. For those of you unfamiliar with Jezebel and her blog it can be found over on Blogger by clicking here and is well worth the visit 🙂 Here is her profile and […]
Apologies for the slight delay in sharing this with you. It was due to technological difficulties and I am now playing catch up. NBC News.com has reported that the FDA has called on the pharmaceutical company Teva Pharmaceuticals to withdraw the popular antidepressant Budeprion XL 300 from the market. This seems, at least to this […]
Originally posted on Manic Muses:
It’s not often you hear one of psychiatry’s own speak out so vehemently against the establishment’s ‘dangerously close’ relationship with the pharmaceutical industry. But, that’s exactly what Dr. David Healy, a psychiatrist from Ireland, does. In a Time Healthland article published this week, Dr Healy, “likened psychiatry’s attitude toward its faltering…