Depression and Anti-Depressants: What Works and What Does Not

My colleague Lori Chinitz (thanks Lori!) sent me this article from the New York Times magazine on the history and effectiveness of anti-depressants. Click here to read the whole article.  I think it behooves us to periodically revisit what we take for granted, as experience and history show things in a different light than the advertisements may be wanting us to see them. In this article on depression and it’s pharmaceutical antidotes they look at the fact that not all depression is the same, and that pharmaceutical drugs do not work as effectively for certain kinds of depression, and then work quite well with others. So, do read the article and let me know what you think. And, enjoy if you can!


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