Why Antidepressants Do Not Work for Treating Depression

Why Antidepressants Do Not Work for Treating Depression
It is a fact – Antidepressants do not work. In this weeks UltraWellness podcast, Dr. Mark Hyman shares recently uncovered studies that show these drugs are n…



Depression in newly diagnosed PD patients linked to reduced striatal dopamine
Depression in Parkinson's patients can reduce quality of life and impede daily activities, and those with depressive symptoms tend to begin medications for motor symptoms earlier than those who are not depressed. Treating depression can improve both … Read more on EurekAlert (press release)

Depression Treatments: Looking Back, Looking Forward
In the last decade, treatment for depression has come a long way. Short of electroconvulsive therapy, which could lead to memory loss, the only viable options were antidepressants, which come with complicated, systemic side effects. But today, non-drug … Read more on The Epoch Times