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Ann Shulgin obituary | The Times
Ann Shulgin obituary | The Times
Researcher and author who with her husband explored the uses of psychedelic drugs in the treatment of mental health disorders archived 18 Jul 2022
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Ann Shulgin obituary | The Times
One in seven people in England now takes an antidepressant
One in seven people in England now takes an antidepressant
Twenty-one million prescriptions for the drugs were issued in the first quarter of this year, a million more than for the same period in 2021, and double the number that were prescribed in 2009. archived 12 Jul 2022 01:30:02 UTC
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One in seven people in England now takes an antidepressant
Trinny Woodall: I became addicted to cocaine because I had a total lack of confidence. I was very insecure and unappealing. I finally stopped because I didn’t recognise myself. I was so detached from life; I had no feelings. That is a scary thing.
Trinny Woodall: I became addicted to cocaine because I had a total lack of confidence. I was very insecure and unappealing. I finally stopped because I didn’t recognise myself. I was so detached from life; I had no feelings. That is a scary thing.
The Times 11 June 2022
I don’t do Botox to look young. I do it not to look tired. If I look in the mirror and feel awake and alert, I will be awake and alert. If I look exhausted, I feel it. I want to feel full of energy – that’s all it is.
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Trinny Woodall: I became addicted to cocaine because I had a total lack of confidence. I was very insecure and unappealing. I finally stopped because I didn’t recognise myself. I was so detached from life; I had no feelings. That is a scary thing.
Scientists are once again tuning in to use of psychedelics | The Times
Scientists are once again tuning in to use of psychedelics | The Times
archived 13 May 2022 16:58:03 UTC
Even when broken down into the actions of individual neurons, much remains to be understood. Try understanding the behaviour of 86 billion of those neurons, and the abilities of the world’s collective neuroscientists are confounded. We do not know how these neurons come together to achieve the brain’s defining function: consciousness. But it’s worse than that: we struggle to even define what consciousness is.
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Scientists are once again tuning in to use of psychedelics | The Times
Do Antidepressants Really Work?
Do Antidepressants Really Work?
While the drugs are widely used, a new study sheds light on how little is known about their long-term benefits.
73 percent of Americans prescribed antidepressants don’t even have a diagnosis of depression
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pills are often easier and cheaper: It can be hard for people to access therapy because there aren’t enough providers, and mental health treatments often aren’t fully covered by insurance.
one out of eight Americans over 18
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Do Antidepressants Really Work?
Eén flat, één weekend, zeven drugsdoden
Eén flat, één weekend, zeven drugsdoden
Fentanyl: Ruim honderdduizend Amerikanen sterven jaarlijks aan een overdosis drugs, meer dan door vuurwapengeweld en verkeersongelukken bij elkaar. In de stad Saint Louis bezweken zeven mensen in de eerste week van februari aan één partij slechte drugs. Hoe kon het zo misgaan in de Parkview-flat?
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Eén flat, één weekend, zeven drugsdoden