The scientific results are in: Antidepressants do not work. Premier researcher Irving Kirsch, PhD brilliantly explains the facts. Then we have a friendly debate about why psychiatry and medicine have continued to escalate their prescription of antidepressants despite the over overwhelming facts. I have the darker view on human motivation.
On “The Gary Null Show” today, Gary gave us great health and Healing news that you can read about when you click on the links. Listen to the show again to hear Gary’s personal take on all this. Enjoy:
Eating black raspberries significantly lowers cardiovascular disease
Vitamin stops the aging process of organs
A Mediterranean style diet decreases levels of the inflammatory marker C-reactive protein
Eating too much red meat ‘can age the body’, researchers claim
Grapes help counter negative effects of high fat diet
Novel bitter melon extract show metabolic and anti-obesity effects: Study
Frozen food products recalled over possible Listeria contamination
New York City’s housing and homelessness crisis intensifies under de Blasio
Australia, U.S. financially penalize citizens refusing vaccines
Gary read his article on Vaccines on yesterday’s show. Listen here: https://prn.fm/the-gary-null-show-05-03-16/
Is two hours of screen time really too much for kids?
Gary talks briefly about the rumors regarding the doctors who discovered cancer enzymes in vaccines and how they were all found murdered. Don’t pay it any mind, its all false.
Gary goes to a break and plays this classic: Mack the Knife-Bobby Darin
Gary comes back to finish the show with these topics:
War on Drugs ‘is an unmitigated disaster’: Former Latin American heads of state
VIDEO: The DEA is Top Drug Dealer in US and ATF is Top Gun Trafficker
Gary talks to the audience about drugs and prison and then he brings on a Holistic Psychotherapist and Nurse Practitioner in Psychiatry. Her name is June Kiefer – Self Care Solutions. She will be coming in on Sundays to help out and here is her number: 631-981-8807
Depression and anxiety are symptoms, not brain disorders, and they can be cured through simple lifestyle interventions—not antidepressants. Dr. Brogan will discuss the causes and natural solutions for depression, anxiety and much more.
Dr. Kelly Brogan studied Cognitive Neuroscience at MIT before receiving her M.D. from Weill Cornell Medical College. Board certified in Psychiatry, Psychosomatic Medicine, and Integrative Holistic Medicine, she is one of the only doctors in the nation with these qualifications. She is also on the faculty of George Washington University. When not helping patients in her Manhattan private practice, publishing groundbreaking research, teaching or advocating for holistic women’s psychiatry.
Robert Whitaker, one of the great critics of modern psychiatry, examines how the partnership between the pharmaceutical industry and psychiatry has corrupted psychiatry, done extraordinary injury to our society, and created a cultural outlook devoid of intellectual and spiritual depth. Bob unravels the historical details of how this tragedy came about and concludes with a profound critique of its consequences. It’s a fascinating master class masquerading as talk radio.
The term “schizophrenia,” with its connotation of hopeless chronic brain disease, should be dropped and replaced with something like “psychosis spectrum syndrome,” argues a professor of psychiatry in The BMJ today. Professor Jim van Os at Maastricht University Medical Centre says several others have called for updated psychiatric classifications, particularly regarding the term “schizophrenia.” Japan and South Korea have already abandoned this …
You may not heard of Suzanne Beachy–she represents untold millions of mothers who have lost their children due to psychiatry’s failure to offer beneficial, caring human services, and indeed due to psychiatry’s opposition to them. Listen to Suzanne’s first radio appearance, feel comforted and feel inspired, and understand that informed and determined parents are key to successful psychiatric reform. …
Robert Whitaker, one of the best researchers ever in psychiatry and mental health, talks about why psychiatry has pursued its current state of moral dilapidation. Then we go on together to discuss the deep social harm caused by what Bob calls psychiatry’s “impoverished philosophy of being.” I hope you will listen and be inspired by this interesting conversation.
A denied psychiatric atrocity: psychiatry’s organized mass murder of mental patients in Germany was the “entering wedge” for the Holocaust. Jeffrey Masson and I describe how psychiatry aided and inspired the murder of millions of Jews and others deemed inferior by the Nazis.
My guest Jeffrey Masson is an extraordinarily honest and honorable man whose work has spanned exposing Freud’s betrayal of victims of incest and abuse to helping us to understand and love animals. Today we ask, “Are dogs more loving than people?” and “Why are we so violent?” A favorite show of mine.
A fascinating discussion with psychotherapist Jess DiGiorgianni, PhD a student of the classics, neuroscience, and the art of living. Is guilt ever deserved? Does creativity require suffering? What does it mean to “disappear” as a therapist?
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