Personal Stories and Interviews with Experts

Cell Phones, Pregnancy, & Fetal Health Effects: An Interview with Yale Hospital’s Chief of OB/GYN, Dr. Hugh Taylor

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While the latest and greatest new gadget is exciting and trendy, I always wonder how it impacts our health. No one ever discusses health implications when a new phone or wireless gadget hits the market, because we are way more focused on all the cool things it can do. It’s no secret that technology evolves […]

Vitamin D: An Interview with Dr. John Cannell, Founder of the Vitamin D Council

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 By: Erin Stair Since April is Autism Awareness Month, and since the Center for Disease Control just came out with the glaring statistic showing 1 in 50 kids are being diagnosed with autism, here’s an interview I  did with Vitamin D expert Dr. John Cannell.  I am also posting this interview, because it’s all about Vitamin D, […]

Psychiatry, Drug Companies, Antidepressants & Solutions: An Interview with Psychiatrist and Author Dr. Daniel Carlat

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Hi guys. This is an interview I did a few years ago with psychiatrist Daniel Carlat, M.D, when I served as editor in chief for The Alternative Mental Health News. Since the questionable efficacy of antidepressants is in the news (again) and “anti-psychiatry” is trending ( again), I thought it was timely to share. In […]

Polygamy and Mental Health: A Conversation with SisterWives Founders Robyn & Chris Alesich

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Interview & Blog by Dr. Erin Stair Hi guys. Below is a fun, casual, organic, informative and entertaining conversation I had with Christopher and Robyn Alesich. They are married to each other, polygamists and founders of SisterWives.Com, the largest polygamy dating site and the only polygamy matchmaking site on the web. They were also delightful […]

OCD vs PANDAS: A Mistaken Diagnosis: Interview with Beth Maloney, Author of Saving Sammy

OCD vs PANDAS: A Mistaken Diagnosis: Interview with Beth Maloney, Author of Saving Sammy

I’m posting an interview I did with Attorney Beth Maloney, author of Saving Sammy, on a very important topic that could affect up to 50% of kids diagnosed with OCD. Is it truly OCD? Beth will share her perspective below: Beth is a successful attorney who has represented both writers and producers, celebrity entertainers and […]

Depression in the Modern World: Treatment Implications for a Social Brain

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(This is a guest post written by Dr. Douglas Watt, Ph.D. His bio is included at the end of the piece.)  Depression: It’s Not a Chemical Imbalance: In Part I on depression, I talked about the uncritical acceptance of a cultural meme propagated by big Pharma and by mainstream Psychiatry that depression can be meaningfully […]

Interview with Dr. Joseph Burgo on Narcissism, Sociopaths &, yes, Romance.

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Hi gang, Dr. Eeks here.   I was really happy to interview expert Dr. Joseph Burgo on narcissism, sociopathy, dating and more. Here is a copy of his bio from his website: “Joseph Burgo, Ph.D. has practiced psychotherapy for more than 30 years, holding licenses as a marriage and family therapist and clinical psychologist. He […]

On the Problem with Depression: guest post by Dr. Douglas Watt

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    It frequently comes as quite a shock when people learn that depression is now the most expensive condition facing Western societies, when you put together the cost of treatment with the cost of lost productivity (including the devastating cost of total disability for an unfortunate few who are knocked off the road completely […]

Health and Healthcare in an Evolutionary Perspective : by Dr. Doug Watt

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  We are dangerously close in the United States to spending 20% of our GNP on healthcare – this year it will top $3.2 trillion or ~$10,000 per person.  Yet we lag behind virtually all other Western democracies in nearly every health biomarker, including longevity, where we rank an astonishing 34th, despite being the wealthiest […]

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