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Schizophrenia - needed by bad psychiatry by Rossa Forbes Posted Tue 13 Sep 2011 12:00am I try to avoid Dr. David Allen's blog Family Dysfunction and Mental Health, because, Dr. Allen, alas, does not understand schizophrenia and seems resistant to ex-patients explaining to him that their issues relate in some way to overt trauma or family dysfunction. Some of my blog's energetic readers have taken him on in the past, but to no avail ... Read on »
Natural remedy for schizophrenia by Peter C. Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 6:33pm Could megadoses of Vitamin C and niacin help schizophrenia? I read an article of how one psychiatrist successfully treated the son of a frantic couple who suffered from schizophrenia and was sleeping only one hour per day. Unfortunately I am unable to find that website where it was reported again. His treatment was based on the studies and recomm ... Read on »
"Inside the Battle to Define Mental Illness", psychiatry as an imperfect science by Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 06 Feb 2011 12:00am "Take schizophrenia and bipolar disorder: For more than a century, those two illnesses have occupied separate branches of the psychiatric taxonomy. But research suggests that the same genetic factors predispose people to both illnesses, a discovery that casts doubt on whether this fundamental division exists in nature or only in the minds ... Read on »
Brain shrinkage okay for schizophrenia, but not for depression by Rossa Forbes Posted Fri 18 Feb 2011 12:00am I follow a blog called Family Dysfunction and Mental Health by Dr. David Allen. I stopped commenting on that blog because the last few times my comments did not appear/were not approved. Dr. Allen's blog appears to have a healthy number of followers, but few comments. I noticed that the people who tended to comment are opinioned about his views ... Read on »
Psychiatry for the 21st Century by Lewis Posted Fri 08 Feb 2008 9:44am I'm sitting in the cold in Saskatchewan. It's been mild, only -20 this week. Last week one night hit -51 with the wind chill I think. That was miserable. Cars never warm up. I find it hard to make it to work on time in this cold. No one else seems to have that trouble. I've been late several times in the last two weeks. It's too cold. Too much to ... Read on »
Psychiatry's poker hand by Rossa Forbes Posted Fri 01 Jun 2012 7:13am A few weeks ago Chris stopped by a display in a hotel lobby and purchased a copy of the following DVD entitled "Un Documentaire: Manuel Diagnostique et Statistique. Le coup de poker le plus funeste de la psychiatrie." (The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual: Psychiatry's biggest gamble). You may have seen clips of this DVD posted on YouTube. A ... Read on »
Psychiatry and Aboriginal North America by Lewis Posted Mon 23 Mar 2009 5:32am Native American culture and psychiatry Native American people are typically diagnosed with higher rates of “mental illness” than white North Americans. Similar findings occur in Australia and New Zealand. Historically Native American people were viewed by psychiatry as primitive, narcissistic, and withdrawn, among a host of pejorative attri ... Read on »
Revised psychiatry manual targets autism, substance disorders by Untreatable .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Feb 2010 5:57am People with Asperger's syndrome would be included in the same diagnostic group as people with autism and pervasive developmental disordersaccording to new guidelines under consideration by the American Psychiatric Association. Psychiatrists are in the process of revising the guidelinesknown as the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of M ... Read on »
Rat or Mouse Exhibiting Behaviors Associated with Human Schizophrenia by Posted Tue 31 Oct 2006 4:00pm Description of Invention: A newly developed animal model for schizophrenia is valuable for assaying pharmaceutical compounds for treating this disorder. Schizophrenia is a neuropsychiatric disorder characterized by cognitive deficits, bizarre behavior and/or hallucinations. Presently, there has been no satisfactory animal mod ... Read on »
Why I Am Not Anti-Psychiatry by Pandora Facebook Posted Thu 30 Sep 2010 4:32pm I am scared of psychiatrists.  In fact, my lovely GP excepted, I am generally scared of medical doctors full-stop.  I think that quite a few are incompetent, overpaid megalomaniacs who become disillusioned with the personnel necessarily involved in their chosen career all too quickly, and whose over-the-top professional cynicism grossly deters p ... Read on »