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From The Blog…
In the mid-1980s, I gave a very nice man, an in-patient, weekend leave. He hung himself. Everyone was shocked. The drug I’d put him on was the trigger to his suicide. Soon after, a medical resident called me to a case she was handling. She seemed exceptionally impressive, so I was surprised to hear…
There have been multiple RxISK posts on visual problems linked to SSRI use, starting a decade ago with Keeping an Eye on the Ball and most recently Visual Snow Protocol and New Study of Antidepressants and Vision Problems. Visual Snow can be episodic linked to migraine, or continuously present when triggered by antidepressants. When visual…
This title plays on words. Counting suggests numbers but also hints at values. This talk hinges on a clash between a worldview centred on numbers and one centred on values. The slides and text are below. A video record of the talk is here – What Counts? Slide 2: One of these two is…