Published June 18, 2013
Deplin, a derivative of folate (vitamin B9), is proving to be a powerful weapon in the treatment of depression.
Published June 07, 2013
An unnamed source who was at the hospital where Paris Jackson is recovering from a reported suicide attempt was quoted as saying, “She’s going to be OK.” Well, she isn’t going to be just fine—not without the very best psychiatry has to offer.
Published June 05, 2013
The public meltdown of actress Amanda Bynes may be one of the first authentic chapters in her life history.
Published June 03, 2013
President Obama, with the help of his administration, is attempting to conduct psychological warfare on Americans who value autonomy and free will.
Published May 30, 2013
According to the DSM-5, too much coffee, cola or caffeine-laced gum can cause restlessness, nervousness, a red face and rambling speech. And stopping caffeine suddenly can cause sleepiness and depressed mood. Is that really news? No, it isn’t.
Published May 27, 2013
Memorial Day is an appropriate time to focus on the types of psychological harm veterans have willingly exposed themselves to in order to defend our nation.
Published May 24, 2013
One man dies horrifically in Woolwich, England, and the whole world hears the rant of his depraved killer.
Published May 22, 2013
With the recent release of the fifth edition of the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5), leading experts in medicine are agreeing with what I have opined for years: The manual fails to accurately describe and classify psychiatric illness.
Published May 14, 2013
What could possibly have lurked inside the mind of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell?
Published May 10, 2013
Cleveland's Ariel Castro, the man who allegedly created a "house of horrors" after kidnapping three women, was not born a predator. He became one.