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Ordinarily well : the case for antidepressants —Kramer, Peter D., author.

"Do antidepressants actually work, or are they just glorified dummy pills? How can we tell one way or the other?In Ordinarily Well, the celebrated psychiatrist and author Peter D. Kramer addresses the growing mistrust of...

Next generation antidepressants : moving beyond monoamines to discover novel treatment strategies for mood disorders

This text looks at the future of mood-disorder research, covering identification of new therapeutic targets, preclinical models, and medicinal chemistry opportunities, and increasing understanding of genetic influences--...

Coming of age on Zoloft : how antidepressants cheered us up, let us down, and changed who we are —Sharpe, Katherine, 1979-

"Sharpe blends deeply personal writing, thoughtful interviews, and historical context to achieve an unprecedented portrait of the antidepressant generation. She explores questions of identity that arise for people who st...

Manufacturing depression : the secret history of a modern disease —Greenberg, Gary, 1957 June 9-

Greenberg shows how the idea that depression is a widespread chronic disease has been packaged by brilliant scientists, doctors, and marketing experts -- and why it is has become wildly successful in the marketplace of i...

Numb the problem with antidepressants

Summary: "Discontinuing the use of antidepressants can be problematic, but many people taking these drugs choose the painful withdrawal process -- and subsequent depression -- over the emotional numbness the meds can cau...

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