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Ketamine: Not a Great New Drug for Depression

Ketamine: Not a Great New Drug for Depression

Time magazine, in its August 7, 2017 issue, promotes ketamine as a “Surprising new drug (that) may change (depression).” Noting that 16 million Americans have clinical depression, and 30% of people don’t respond to current therapies, the article offers ketamine as a...
Hormone Pellets for Depression

Hormone Pellets for Depression

Hormone pellets are tiny solid pieces of hormones, about the size of rice grains, comprised of either estrogen or testosterone. They are inserted under the skin on the side of the buttock, under local anesthesia. They reside in the layer of fat beneath the skin, from...
Nutrient Therapies and Mental Health

Nutrient Therapies and Mental Health

A soon-to-be-released book, Complementary and Alternative Medicine Treatments in Psychiatry, by Stradford, Vickar, Berger, and Cass, lists a number of nutrient therapies found to be beneficial for mental health problems. Niacinamide– for Alzheimer’s disease...

Serotonin and Depression

Massive research has been undertaken to identify biological causes of mental illness.  Business enterprises exist purporting to measure neurotransmitter substances with the intent of guiding drug or nutritional therapies to alter the body’s neurochemical production. ...
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