July 2007 Monthly Archive

July 27, 2007

Why I Am Against Mental Health Parity

The U.S. Senate is poised to vote on the Mental Health Parity Act of 2007, a cleverly named piece of legislature which conveys the warming sentiment of equality and progressiveness. But the Act is fatally flawed; not only does it not necessarily help patients, but it will likely worsen an already broken system.  It should not be passed.


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July 17, 2007

No, Not Effexor, Too!? The Most Important Article On Psychiatry You'll Ever Read, Part II

 
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In which Anne Neville agrees to believe pretty much anything anyone ever tells her, ever, and Richard discovers people are gullible idiots.



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July 10, 2007

The Most Important Article On Psychiatry You Will Ever Read

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I'm warning you.



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July 3, 2007

When I Said Doctors Were Too Involved In Social Policy, This Isn't Exactly What I Meant

 

"Seven of the eight people arrested are doctors or medical students..."

 

No psychiatrists, but it's only Tuesday.



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