Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Most Effective Antidepressant

Imagine the following aspects of a hypothetical antidepressant: It’s effective, both in the short-term and long-term. The only side effects you are likely to experience are positive. It does not require a prescription. It is readily available. You can use … Continue reading

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One Man vs. Unimaginable Human Suffering

What if 300,000 people had suddenly been wiped out by a natural disaster here in the U.S., and countless more (say, over a million) been rendered homeless?  What if there was no infrastructure for treating those with serious medical needs, … Continue reading

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