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FEATURE Something in the air

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9)

In Medical Monitor (September 4, 1996), Dr Richard Lawson recently recounted an unusual case of emotional illness

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FEATURE Ect: kill or cure?

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9) /

While ECT is traditionally viewed as a last resort in treatment, studies show that practitioners often opt for combined drug and ECT treatment as a first line for severely depressed patients

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FEATURE Dairy, not soy, may provide cancer link

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9)

Just heard you on Woman's Hour and thought you might find the enclosed letter of interest

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FEATURE Ect: not optional for all

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9)

If you're like me, you thought that shock treatment went out with lobotomies in the Fifties, something that these days more properly belongs in in the fiction of Sylvia Plath or films like One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

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FEATURE Beta carotene: studies must take a wider view

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9)

Your leader in the September newsletter "Of Strokes and Smokers" about the beta carotene studies (WDDTY vol 7 no 6) bought up some important issues regarding orthodox research studies and their results

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FEATURE Heparin

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9) /

Heparin (the generic name for a range of drugs, including HepLok in the US, and PumpHep and Unihep in the UK) is an anticoagulant, often used as a "just in case" therapy if there is a danger of heart attack or stroke and to prevent blood clots afte

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FEATURE Alternatives to ect

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9) /

First of all establish whether you are suffering from depression or whether there is an underlying medical condition which is responsible for how you feel

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FEATURE What is a safe dose?

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9) /

Although the dose should be corrected according to the individual patient, often it is determined by habit rather than rational assessment (Br J Psych, 1992; 160: 621-37)

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FEATURE Fluoride: its effect on the brain

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9)

I was particularly interested in your lead article this month about thyroid problems (vol 7 no 7)

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FEATURE Electroshock therapy

December 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 9)

Every year in Britain 20,000 people are on the receiving end of 100,000 treatments

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