Antidepressant as Good as Antipsychotics for Dementia
...s Department of Psychiatry. "And citalopram had fewer side effects."
The surprise was that citalopram worked as well for psychotic symptoms such as delusion
and visual hallucinations, he said.
Pollock also noted that antipsychotic drugs have an increased risk of death associated with their use. "But, fo...
Delusion in Medical Dictionary
, in everyday language, is a fixed belief that is either false, fanciful, or derived from deception. Psychiatry defines the term more specifically as a belief that is pathological . As a pathology, it is distinct... More about Delusions : Causes and symptoms Diagnosis Treatment Pro...
...uick navigation: ... 3. States have the right and the duty to formulate appropriate national ... As we've been documenting, the latest paranoid delusion
among media purveyors on the right is that a revival of the "Fairness Doctrine" -- a mid-20th century measure ... MONTANA HAS IT RIGHT ON SEC...
...t Procedure, Kava kava, Kleptomania, ... In paranoia the symptoms of delusion
appear gradually, and the patient is ... Religious paranoia - Here the patients suffer from a permanent delusion
of a ... While it removes from the paranoia group innumerable phases...
Delusion in Biological News
Finding God with biocomplexity
...cies of religious fundamentalism and the anti-spiritual attitudes presented recently in popular books such as Oxford biologist Richard Dawkins The God delusion
and journalist Christopher Hitchens God Is Not Great.
Words like God and sacred are scary to many of us who live in modern, secular society becaus...
Delusion in Biological Technology
How to thwart the dont-be-right Midwest technology boss
...ur microscope this week is the sort who can't allow anyone under him or her to have the right answer, do the right thing or in any way labor under the delusion
that they are competent.
This boss is right and you are wrong. I worked for a boss like this. Not long after accepting the job, I had lunch with a ...
Byron's laws of software
... Ive got only two laws of software. The first is that any mildly successful software program will begin to operate under the delusion
it is an operating system. Thats a topic for another column. The second is that users will invent uses for a given piece of software that its designer...
The first law of software
...twareany mildly successful software program will begin to operate under the delusion
it is an operating system. Youve seen it. The e-mail system that gets file ... law of software any mildly successful IT shop begins to operate under the delusion
that it runs the company. Whether were talking software or organizational b...
If my mom designed a computer
...alt (go look it up, its German) of my computer. You may recall my first law of software any mildly successful application begins to operate under the delusion
that it is the operating system. The result has been a kind of tower of babble brought right onto my computer.
It would seem the bar of mildly suc...