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Right Hand Day

I’m having a right hand day.

Being right handed, you would think that this would be every day for me, but for the past year I’ve been training myself to write left handed (to the chagrin of my husband, co-workers, and correspondents who have had unwilling front row seats to this particular learning curve). 307 more words

Apropos Nothing

No means No means No means Hell No!!!!

Unhealthy food can be almost impossible to say no to when you have an addiction.  It is even worse when you are with a group of people. 367 more words

The Mesolimbic Reward Pathway

The mesolimbic reward pathway is a neural system that helps people be more social. The larger it is, the most social a person is. Perhaps not surprisingly, it’s… 204 more words

The Day I Became A Patient

I was involved in a startup community in building my IT company with my friends when suddenly my vision started having problems. I had to drop everything when it turned out to be a tumor pressing my optical nerves. 830 more words

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Ten Myths About Psychotropic Drugs

Dr. Peter Gotzsche has created a controversy and sparked criticism over what he sees as a damaging over-prescription of drugs by psychiatrists.

Gotzsche recently compiled a list of ten common myths held not only by the general public, but also trained psychiatrists concerning the safety of psychotropic drugs, and the rationale for their use. 579 more words

Research

Wisdom Harking Back

Here we are is all
we can say for today
with words from outdated
times and places embedded
in nerves more
string than steel.

Touching on the face leads… 160 more words

Poetry