The pleasures and practicality of a “visual” map and related systems.
Control over our own health? Sounds good, but…
“Buyer beware” at the pharmacy? You bet.
Our addictions shape our stories. Our stories may define our addictions.
Smart words on brain-doping and addiction – from Todd Essig.
Managing multiple meds? Beware… and be wary.
I’m late to this article on Huffington Post Women, addressing statistics on antidepressant use among women. According to data cited by reporter Katherine Bindley: one in four women is dispensed medication for a mental health condition, compared to just 15 percent of men While I find the content of this column worthy of discussion (do […]
Squiggles on a paper, dashed off by the doctor and, miraculously, decipherable by the pharmacist. Birth control. Prenatal vitamins. Blood pressure pills. Some 27 million Americans (or more) on antidepressants. I dare say that a large percentage of us are taking a prescription for something, and we count on its effectiveness. We routinely pick up […]