Posts Tagged ‘Mental Health & Addiction’
May 23 . 2012
In From Healing to Hell, Dr. W. Henry Wall, Jr. tells the gripping story of his father, who was forced to participate in covert human experiments conducted by the CIA.
March 27 . 2012
Marc Lewis, a neuroscientist, examines his former life on drugs in Memoirs of An Addicted Brain.
January 31 . 2012
April 18 . 2011
November 18 . 2010
In Cultivating Conscience, author and professor Lynn Stout proves that if we care about effective laws and civilized society, the powers of conscience are simply too important for us to ignore. And later, more than thirty years after the publication of his acclaimed memoir The Eden Express, Mark Vonnegut continues his remarkable story in Just Like Someone Without Mental Illness Only More So, a funny, iconoclastic account of coping with mental illness, finding his calling as a pediatrician, and learning that willpower isn’t nearly enough.
August 31 . 2010
May 19 . 2010
What do we really know about why we sleep and why we seem to be getting less of it? Do sleeping pills work? Patricia Morrisroe, writer and author tells us how she cured her insomnia in Wide Awake which is sure to keep you up because you can’t put it down.
April 16 . 2010
What is scientific fraud and how is it investigated? Physics professor and author, David Goodstein examines real life cases where allegations of scientific fraud were made in On Fact and Fraud. In some, the parties are found innocent and in others they are guilty. Then, just like something right out of the movies. Dr. Ruth Simkin tells her stranger than fiction story of being wrongfully institutionalized in a mental hospital in The Jagged Years of Ruthie J.
March 8 . 2010
Austin Ruse, president of Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute on the UN Feminist Conference then sex therapist Dr. Marty Klein says there is no such thing as sex addiction.
March 4 . 2010
Manufacturing Depression: The Secret History of a Modern Disease by author, journalist, and practicing therapist Gary Greenberg. Greenberg argues that depression as a disease has been manufactured by the medical, pharmaceutical and advertising industries to suit and sell a cure.
- Jun 19Jeffrey Toobin
- Jun 18Dean King
- Jun 17Si Kahn, Suzanne Little
- Jun 13Jesse Ventura
- Jun 11Phil Tiemeyer
- Jun 10David Felten