In which one of my students takes a look at how somatization disorders have changed in the DSM-5
In which one of my students takes a look at therapies, medical and psychosocial, that have been used to treat personality disorders.
In which one of my students takes a look at why so many have believed in the autism-vaccine connection.
In which my student dispels some myths about the dangers of vaccinations, both in terms of herd immunity issues and costs.
In which one of my students takes a look at how the coincidental timing of vaccines, autism diagnoses, the DSM-IV, and the rise of online information created the conditions to give rise to the false autism-vaccine link.
In which I discuss Dr. Oz’s congressional grilling, and the resultant comedic skewering of his nonsense.
In which the placebo effect is examined, and shown how it could be responsible for why many complementary and alternative medicines “work.”
In which we take a look at what treatments, including CBITS and medication, have been used to effectively help those with uncontrollable motor and vocal tics.
In which we take a look at the flip side of the coin from the previous post, this time examining what types of treatment actually do help those suffering from ADHD.
In which we examine if any complementary or alternative medicines have a use in the treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder