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Skepticism raised over small-scale studies of psychedelic therapy

A researcher whose work has focused on the effect MDMA has on behaviour has questioned the “hyped up” findings from research into psychedelics potential to treat PTSD. Melbourne University researcher Dr Gillinder Bedi said the small number of participants in current trials likely skew results and federal funding would be best directed towards sizing up.… Read More »

Assessing the Reproductive Safety of Antidepressants: Can Non-Randomized Studies Provide the Information We Need?

Perinatal psychiatry is a field in which we treat vulnerable patients, a mother and her child, where both the illness we are treating and the treatments we prescribe have the potential to affect the outcome.  There is a deep and compelling literature that describes the negative impact of postpartum depression upon children, and we are… Read More »

New studies are estimating spending on COVID-19

In a new report published by the Brookings Institution, Matthew Fiedler, a fellow in economic studies at the USC-Brookings Schaeffer Initiative for Health Policy, and Zirui Song, M.D. ’10, Ph.D. ’12, assistant professor of health care policy in the Blavatnik Institute at Harvard Medical School, estimate national health care spending for COVID-19 care and discuss… Read More »

Intermittent Fasting A Trendy New Way To Diet, But Researchers Say More Studies Need To Be Done – CBS Pittsburgh

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Losing weight is always a top New Year’s resolution. This year, a lot of people are talking about and trying intermittent fasting as an option to lose weight. Becca Fischer decided to give it a try after her boyfriend committed to fasting at the start of the new year. “For the last… Read More »

The vast majority of studies have been done on longjing tea

Polyphenols have blocked lipid peroxidation, scavenging enzymes. According to the Japanese Okuda Billiton Yong test results confirmed that anti-aging effects of tea polyphenols stronger than vitamin E, 18 times. The vast majority of studies have been done on longjing tea. Inhibition of cardiovascular disease: Polyphenols contribute to the suppression of cardiovascular disease on the human… Read More »