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British psychiatrist and "Big Pharma gadfly" David Healy argued that his profession is committing professional suicide by failing to address its dangerously close relationship with the pharmaceutical industry. He made his argument speaking at an
The Republic azcentral.com Incumbents have a clear financial advantage in this year's Peoria City Council races, according to campaign-finance documents filed last week. Councilwoman Joan Evansoutraised five other candidates vying for three council
The Republic azcentral.com Peoria employees will get a 5 percent raise as soon as the fiscal year opens July 1, instead of waiting until the anniversary of their hire...Councilman Dave Pearson, the lone dissenter, said employees deserve the increase
The Republic azcentral.com The Peoria City Council this week tentatively agreed to ask voters to decide if council members should be limited to three terms. Voters also likely will decide this fall if there should be no increase in the percentage of
Psychiatrist Daniel Carlat disagrees, saying the study Levinson cites is a "blizzard of statistics" that doesn't tell the entire story. "When these drugs are successful, they soothe the inner turmoil that makes life intolerable for these patients,
The Arizona Republic It's an annual tradition in Peoria. The city thanks its boards and commission members who volunteer to weigh in on issues from planning to parks...About 157 attendees are expected at Friday's dinner, including 113 board and
Here I was trying to do the right thing by figuring out the cost. But clearly, the system isn't ready for prime time when it comes to transparency." Zimmerman and Carey Goldberg do a terrific job on the CommonHealth blog.
3/21/2011 10:09 PM Jack H...Funeral services will be held March 23, 2011, at 11 a.m. at United Methodist Church in Mullinville, Kan...Memorial services will be held March 24, 2011, at 2 p.m. at United Methodist Church, Overbrook, Kan.
Nemeroff and Schatzberg are back in the limelight, once again dragging the good name of psychiatry through the mud. According to today's New York Times, in 1999 SmithKline Beecham, the maker of Paxil, funded and ghost-wrote a textbook for which this
Professor Margaret Soltan in University Diaries, and on Inside Higher Ed; by Dr Daniel Carlat on the Carlat Psychiatry Blog; by Dr Howard Brody on the Hooked: Ethics, Medicine and Pharma blog; and by Alison Bass on the Alison Bass blog. Ghost