depression

Study Finds the Party Drug Ketamine Can Provide Fast Relief For Depression

Experts have long been searching for a drug that can quickly provide sustained and safe relief for people who suffer from depression. Who would have thought the answer would come in a controversial party drug? The findings of a new study add to the growing body of evidence that ketamine may be the answer those experts (and…

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Are We (Collectively) Depressed?

We need to encourage honesty above optimism. Once we can speak honestly, there is a foundation for optimism. Psychoanalysis teaches that one cause of depression is repressed anger. The rising tide of collective anger is visible in many places: road rage, violent street clashes between groups seething for a fight, the destruction of friendships for…

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It’s 2007 All over Again… Banking Crisis Imminent

The writing is on the wall. Be prepared. Via Dollar Collapse: Our good friend Michael Pollaro just sent a chart from the St. Louis Fed that shows the US drifting back into yet another banking crisis. The green line tracks fluctuations in the US yield curve, defined as the difference in yield between 10-year and…

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How Will You Cope With a Lower Standard of Living?

By Tom Chatham via Project Chesapeake When the real unemployment rate becomes common knowledge as it increases substantially, people will be left to survive on what resources they have saved up outside the banking system that cannot be stolen by the politicians and bankers. That is a key point here. The assets you have outside…

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Study Finds Social Media Turns Young Adults into Depressed Zombies

This is the kind of stuff the government spends big money to study — how depressed social media makes young people. Regardless, the National Institutes of Mental Health did find some interesting results in a recently completed study on the effects of social media on depression. As we’ve all witnessed, you can’t go anywhere without…

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