A new study published by UK researchers suggests that the long-standing and widely-accepted idea that depression is caused by a chemical imbalance and low serotonin… Read More »The Chemical Imbalance Myth of Depression
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The real story of psychiatry Mental illness is ‘big business’ for psychiatry and pharma For decades, psychiatry in collusion with pharmaceutical companies and to a… Read More »4. ‘Mental health’ is defined and controlled by profit-driven commercial interests
Pharmaceutical marketing goes beyond drug reps and TV ads. This activity covers how pharmaceutical companies use social psychology to affect therapeutic choices, and covers the use of key opinion leaders, medical science liaisons, medical meetings, geotargeting, geofencing, and other tactics used to market drugs to physicians.
Depression and the ‘chemical imbalance’ Psychiatry’s largest involvement in the field of mental health, depression, is based on the theory of there being a ‘chemical… Read More »Chemical imbalance – psychiatry as a pharma marketing tool
Is there anything not influenced by money? To answer this question, if there is anything, it isn’t very important. Commercial interests, Big Pharma, and device… Read More »Commercial interests have captured mental health
Dr. Peter Gøtzsche joins psychologist Nick Fortino on the 13th episode of the Psychology Is Podcast. This conversation focuses on the problems with current practices… Read More »Peter Gøtzsche | Critical Conversation about Psychiatry
Roger Whitaker, Journalist For more information, including links to the scientific evidence base for the statements in this video, as well as further resources: http://medicatingnormal.com/… Read More »How Much Might Big Pharma Pay An Academic Psychiatrist to Lie?
For more information, including links to the scientific evidence base for the statements in this video, as well as further resources: http://medicatingnormal.com/ Robert Whitaker on… Read More »Challenging the Chemical Imbalance Theory of Mental Disorders
In his talk, Peter will discuss the various ways in which psychiatry may be harming rather than helping its patients, citing evidence from his latest… Read More »Peter Gøtzsche – Overdiagnosed & Overmedicated
Marcia Angell, Senior Lecturer in Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School. Marcia Angell began her lecture by recalling an editorial that she penned as editor-in-chief of… Read More »Drug Companies and Medicine: What Money Can Buy