Antidepressants Work Better Than Sugar Pills Only 15 Percent of the Time

This article by Adam Piore has been published in Newsweek magazine. It begins: “Five years ago Mark Horowitz seemed an unlikely skeptic of psycho-pharmaceuticals. He had been taking the popular antidepressant Lexapro virtually every day for 15 years. He was so…
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Personal Perspective on the Systematic Review of Serotonin Imbalance Hypothesis for depression and Mechanism of Action for Antidepressants

This interview with Dr. Mark Horowitz is conducted by Fauzia Khan and has been published in The Physician. The abstract says: “Fauzia Khan meets Dr Mark Horowitz, Trainee Psychiatrist and Clinical Research Fellow in the NHS. Mark talks about his journey…
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Diagnosing Long-Term Sexual Dysfunction from SSRIs

This article by Christopher Lane has been published in Psychology Today. It begins: “With more than 13.2 percent of the adult U.S. population monthly filling prescriptions for SSRIĀ  antidepressants , a figure involving at least 45 million Americans, it is disconcerting to…
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Ethical issues in psychopharmacology

This paper by L. McHenry has been published in the Journal of Medical Ethics. The abstract says: “The marketing of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors in the psychopharmacological industry presents a serious moral problem for the corporate model of medicine. In this…
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