Depression, Anti Depressants, Antidepressant Medications

12 Jan

Euthanasia ? Again Contested in the U.S.

Probably the most morally debated, contested and picketed against medical practice of the last two centuries physician assisted suicide is again under close scrutiny. The practice has been legal in the Netherlands for 6 years (since 2002). For 20 years before it was codified, there was a silent agreement that doctors who performed the suicide in specific cases were not to be prosecuted. In the United States, euthanasia has been legal in the state of Oregon for 11 years now.

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02 Jan

A Succinct Understanding of Typical Symptoms Tied to Pancreatic Cancer

Pancreatic cancer symptoms are often difficult to detect, making it even harder to diagnose this potentially deadly disease.

Pancreatic cancer symptoms are frequently hard to detect, meaning this potentially deadly disease is very difficult to diagnose early. It’s crucial that patients know that most of these evidences won’t exhibit themselves until after the cancer is in a progressed state. For an overview of common symptoms, keep reading.

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02 Jan

Don’t push your doctor for fast fix result with your premenstrual syndrome!

Many women are being inappropriately treated when they have premenstrual syndrome with antidepressants, a British nonprofit has warned.
Jackie Howe - head of National Association for Premenstrual Syndrome (NAPS) said, “Premenstrual syndrome can make you feel depressed or even suicidal”. “But anti-depressant drugs can be strong and addictive, and anyone who takes them could end up with a record of mental health problems on their National Health Service file. Too many general practitioners spot that women are extremely down and emotional when they come in to see them, and hand out anti-depressant prescriptions without digging any deeper.”

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