New York Times

July 16, 2011

Antidepressants Do Work – Gossip Doesn’t

Dr Peter Kramer at Brown University wrote an article in the Sunday NY Times Opinion Review: In Defense of Antidepressants - It's a worthy read on several levels, - but even Kramer missed some fine points. Stats without substance result in gossip.
January 4, 2010

Holistic Psychiatry is CorePsych

Neuroscience evidence changes thinking: This January 26 & 27, just a few weeks away, you will have an opportunity to take a deeper step into that change process: The Holistic Health Virtual Conference: Empowering Whole People - I hope you can join me there.
June 24, 2008

Russert, Heart, Brain and Predictable Vascular Inflammation

ust a quick note in response to the recent New York Times piece on Tim Russert's passing "...Some Painful Truths." Many of the Times comments speak to the futility of the inability to make the diagnosis, when in fact it was already previously made, and many have been talking about these issues regarding vascular health for years. Vascular health is a subject implicit in many conditions from heart to brain, and just as evidence with brain science has a difficult time finding a place in everyday practice, many cardiologists are missing the evidence boat.

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