MIND AND MATTER: What we think can make us ill (and well)
I am no longer a psychiatrist. I renounce it because I believe cruelty is at the core of the profession.
In my early days in the field,
The so-called ‘atypical antipsychotic drugs’ have been hailed as a pharmaceutical breakthrough and have, by now, largely replaced the old guard of neuroleptics. However, a recent overview of these modern medicines questions the claim that this new...
In this atmosphere of ‘botox parties’ where champagne-sipping socialites are injected with botulinum toxin,' says British neurologist Dr Peter Misra,