Drugs prescribed to treat anxiety, depression and insomnia may increase patients' risk of being involved in motor vehicle
I very much doubt Tom Cruise will be reading this. If you are, Tom, I just like to say that I accept that trying to pacify the war of the worlds between Scientology and psychiatry is mission impossible. I know psychiatry has its shortcomings.
Irving Kirsh has been studying placebos for 36 years and says mere sugar pills can treat irritable bowel syndrome, ulcers and Parkinson's disease - and now he says they've been curing all manner of mental health illnesses for years.
A Christmas tree farmer who has seen the value of his land almost halve after a 22-turbine wind farm was built near by has
Prescriptions for drugs such as antidepressants and sleeping pills have jumped 20% in just three years, according to new
Saying goodbye to someone you're close to is tough and when you're struggling with depression, it can seem like the end of the world. Especially, when you hold that person on such a high pedestal that you attribute most of your success directly to their impact on your life.
Coffee has hit the headlines again. Researchers from Harvard University found that women who drink four cups of coffee or
Exercise can be as effective as a second medication for those battling depression, according to new research. Researchers
As a therapist, I have worked with dozens of people suffering from depression. Many of these people have been - wrongly, in my view - prescribed antidepressants by their GP. And not just for depression: anxiety, paranoia, eating disorders, OCD, even insomnia are now routinely tackled with this powerful medication.