The human body has an elaborate system for managing and regulating the amount of key trace metals such as zinc, copper, iron, manganese, chromium. One of the most common malfunctions of this system is an excess of copper and deficiency of zinc (copper-zinc imbalance), which can lead to hyperactivity, attention deficit disorders, behavior disorders, depression, acne, eczema, sensitive skin, sunburn, headaches, poor immune function and much more. In this episode of Revolution Health Radio, we cover: 3:07… Read More
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A new report shows that findings from clinical studies used to gain FDA approval of antidepressants aren’t applicable to most patients with depression.
A recent study showed that mindfulness-based cognitive therapy is more effective than antidepressants for treating depression.
Pregnant moms taking Prozac give birth to 4x as many babies with heart problems; new study shows low cholesterol increases risk of suicide.
People taking prescription antidepressants appear to drive worse than people who aren’t taking such drugs.
This week’s article in my continuing series on antidepressants will examine the physiological, psychological and social consequences of antidepressant use.