In which one of my students examines a new and controversial treatment for those with chronic tics or Tourette’s – an implantable device designed to regulate the brain’s firing – as well as some other treatment options.
In which the world of faith healing is explored, and the crimes of it’s proponents detailed.
In which one of my students takes a look at the strategies and tactics used by those espousing the so-called dangers of vaccinations.
In which one of my students reviews the most common medical treatments for paraphilic disorders – hormonal treatment and antidepressants.
In which one of my students gives an overview of one of the more common sexual dysfunctions, premature ejaculation.
In which one of my students examines the diagnosis called Female Orgasmic Disorder.
In which one of my students examines some of the fraudulent claims made by medical doctors about vaccinations.
In which one of my students examines placebos, the benefits and risks, and the problems with using complementary and alternative medicine to treat serious medical issues.
In which one of my students takes a trip through history to Nigeria to look at the origins of the idea of a zombie and reports on the scientific investigations looking into Vodun zombism.
In which one of my students helps you learn how DID and schizophrenia differ at a biological level.