As reported by The New York Times, people with bipolar disorder have a higher risk of suffering from fatal illness according to a study (that reviewed 17 other studies involving more than 331,000 people) reported in the February issue of Psychiatric Services.
Gianna at Beyond Meds provides here take here.
Some crazy nurse in Minnesota convinced a Canadian college student to kill herself and walked her through the process of appropriately hanging herself. Ed Morrissey of Hot Air calls the nurse "the first serial suicide-inciter of the modern age." Couldn't have said it better myself.
Philip Dawdy at Furious Seasons is on a roll, holding AstraZeneca accountable for its actions regarding hidden information about Seroquel and now he hosts the Seroquel documents — alongside Lilly's Zyprexa documents — that indicate buried studies. Dawdy's also running a spring fundraiser and I suggest you get your butt in gear and donate to him if it's important to you that someone holds pharmaceutical companies accountable for their actions. I've already done my part.
Sorry this post isn't filled with my normal snark and cynicism. I'm behind on a lot personally — still trying to get the hang of this self-employment thing — and this is what I can throw out for now.
0 thoughts on “Loose Screws Mental Health News”
I think just going up and down so much is stressful on the vital organs. But in the up times and down times we might also be more likely to self medicate, thereby hurting our bodies more. I’m just depressed. But it takes me a whole day sometimes to bounce back, even with good meds. My brother gets so frustrated with me, because he bounces from one emotion to the other like it’s that simple.
Are they sure it isn’t a fatal accident? I mean when you’re that high, you tend to do things that aren’t exactly practical, leading to possible accidents.