(Image: Jason Chan/Flickr) Breathing enriched oxygen on a nightly basis may lead to clinically meaningful symptomatic improvement in mild to moderate major depression, new research suggests. “We
Justin Karter interviews humanistic-existential psychologist Kirk Schneider about how psychology can play a role in confronting the political, social, and climate crises facing humankind. Kirk
(Image: David Goehring/Flickr) Medical journals must be as transparent as they require their authors to be, argue Rafael Dal-Ré and colleagues Transparency of interests (or potential
Today I welcome the new patient information leaflet, entitled ‘Stopping Antidepressants’, published by the Royal College of Psychiatrists. The leaflet distills many years of work
Benzodiazepines — commonly prescribed for anxiety, insomnia, seizures and panic disorders — are highly addictive and come with health risks, especially when combined with other drugs.
(Image: Ken Lund/Flickr) Children are struggling with mental health issues more now than perhaps ever before, though the treatment available — therapy, drugs, or
Under-reported relationship: a comparative study of pharmaceutical industry and patient organisation payment disclosures in the UK (2012–2016)
Abstract Objectives To examine the under-reporting of pharmaceutical company payments to patient organisations by donors and recipients. Design Comparative descriptive analysis of payments disclosed on drug company