“Ann Blake-Tracy HAS BOLDY GONE WHERE FEW DARE TO TREAD!”…”BEST REFERENCE FOR ANTIDEPRESSANTS”…”BOLD & INFORMATIVE”… “PRICELESS”… “WELL DOCUMENTED”… “SCIENTIFICALLY RESEARCHED”… “WONDERFUL BOOK” 10/31/2002 • Ethyl-Eicosapentaenoate Could Be Effective In Persistent Depression 11/11/2002 • Genes play a part, but violence may be viral 11/12/2001 • Prozac triggers increase in aggression in mice 11/5/2002 • Adolescent Drug Use Creates Long-Term Imbalance 12/3/2001 • STUDIES ON RITALIN ARE CHILD ABUSE 1996 – Mutant Mice May Hold Key To Human Violence – An Excess Of Serotonin. 2/13/2002 • Psychiatrists shift the mood on antidepressants 2/17/1997 • Correlated reductions in cerebrospinal fluid 5-HIAA and MHPG concentrations after treatment with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. 2/28/2002 • Antidepressant drug trials turn away most of the depressed population 2/6/2002 • Scientists Find Little, If Any, Proof Ritalin Is Effective 2/7/2002 • Scandal of scientists who take money for papers ghostwritten by drug companies 3/15/2002 • Rare Neurologic Syndrome Linked to Antidepressant 3/26/2002 • Scientists find Prozac ‘link’ to brain tumours 4/10/2002 • Effect of Hypericum perforatum (St John’s Wort) in Major Depressive Disorder 4/15/1993 • Cerebrospinal fluid monoamine metabolites in fluoxetine-treated patients with major depression and in healthy volunteers. 4/9/2002 • Sugar pills offer more relief than St. John’s wort, Zoloft 5/1/2002 • Timing of New Black Box Warnings and Withdrawals for Prescription Medications 5/17/1975 • Fenfluramine in man: hypophagia associated with diminished serotonin turnover. 6/1/1999 • Fluoxetine treatment of depression. Clinical effects, drug concentrations and monoamine metabolites and N-terminally extended substance P in cerebrospinal fluid. 6/10/2001 • SSRI treatment suppresses dream recall frequency but increases subjective dream intensity in normal subjects. 7/23/1996 • Effect of acute and chronic fluoxetine on extracellular dopamine levels in the caudate-putamen and nucleus accumbens of rat. 8/21/2003 • Research challenges role of antidepressants 8/8/1999 • Antidepressant discontinuation-related mania: critical prospective observation and theoretical implications in bipolar disorder. 9/1/1998 • Prenatal Exposure to Fluoxetine (Prozac) Produces Site-Specific and Age-Dependent Alterations in Brain Serotonin Transporters in Rat Progeny: Evidence from Autoradiographic Studies 9/1/1999 • Persistently increased density of serotonin transporters in the frontal cortex of rats treated with fluoxetine during early juvenile life 9/1/2003 • A Systematic Chart Review of the Nature of Psychiatric Adverse Events in 9/25/2000 – FDA – “Safety For Sale” – USA Today BAN ON DRIVING FOR ANTIDEPRESSANT USERS? STUDY INDICATES 70% INCREASED RISK OF ACCIDENTS CELEXA: Youth in India Dies During Clinical Trial Chemical Warfare in Syria? Or the United States? DEPRESSION TREATMENT SAFE FOR ALZHEIMER’S PATIENTS???? FDA WARNS: DEPAKOTE (VALPROATE ACID) PRODUCES LOWER IQ IN OFFSPRING FISH ON ANTIDEPRESSANTS … ANXIOUS, ANTI-SOCIAL, AGGRESSIVE, HOMICIDAL HARVARD EXPERTS: The Myth of Safe & Effective Drugs: Why The FDA Cannot Be Trusted Kauffman Study – (SSRI) Drugs: More Risks Than Benefits? Meet Dr. John Virapen – The Man Who BOUGHT Prozac’s Approval New Research: Traumatic brain injuries [or antidepressants?] linked to higher military suicide rates NEW STUDY: MORE FRUIT, MORE VEGGIES, MORE HAPPY PLACEBO PERFORMS AS WELL AS ANTIDEPRESSANT IN TREATING DEPRESSION REVIEW OF 7000 STUDIES: PROCESSED MEATS TOO DANGEROUS FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION!!!!!! SSRI Medications Study Links Older Bipolar Drug to Fewer Suicides Study Links Older Bipolar Drug to Fewer Suicides STUDY: 75% OF THOSE TAKING ANTIPSYCHOTIC MEDS SHOW LOSS OF BRAIN MATTER! STUDY: Paxil Offers Little Benefit Over Placebo in Depression or Anxiety STUDY: TAKING ANTIDEPRESSANTS NEARLY DOUBLES YOUR CHANCE OF RELAPSE
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