Peter Gray Ph.D. – There’s a reason kids are more anxious and depressed than ever.
Jon Rappoport – Objectively speaking, mental illnesses and disorders do not exist.
Nick Williams – Who gets to choose which version of reality fits all?
Jon Rappoport – The numbers are mind-boggling.
Alex Pietrowski – This is life in the Prozac era.
Azriel ReShel – The disease of disconnection is wreaking havoc on our mental health.
Wes Annac – We have plenty of reasons to meditate.
Alex Pietrowski – Major increases in the use of antidepressants reveal shocking trends in modern society.
Alex Pietrowski – Medical mushrooms may be the next move in the war on the war on drugs.
Anna Hunt – Research continues to confirm the adverse effects of sugar intake.
Alex Pietrowski – What if doctors steered us toward health instead toward pharmaceuticals?
Dylan Charles – The conversation about depression is incomplete without consideration of the spirit.
Kelly Brogan – It’s time we treat depression for what it really is.
Steve Taylor – Future generations of psychologists will look back at with incredulity.
Josh Richardson – The reason the human brain has a tendency to compare.
Sarah Beller – In Ancient Rome, people suffering from melancholia were sometimes treated with warm baths.
Dr. Kelly Brogan – It’s time to take a long hard look at a story that we have been telling patients.
Michael Forrester – First cannabis and now magic mushrooms are slowly being introduced back into the vocabulary of medical scientists.
Christina Sarich – The brain has a unique way of re-setting and reformatting itself. Knowledge is power.
Valerie Tarico – Has God become another form of self-destructive addiction for some people?