Coronavirus Information from the People Who Know

Unfortunately we cannot trust the information we receive from the American government as distributed though media corporations. Fortunately we can get information from the rest of the world. This is the real deal from China in English. by O Society March 22, 2020 Exhausted from weeding through mountains of misinformation, disinformation, agnotology, propaganda, marketing, and … Continue reading Coronavirus Information from the People Who Know

Latest Suicide Data Show the Depth of US Mental Health Crisis

While material well-being improved at the top, America’s emotional distress climbed to crisis levels. by Cynthia Koons edited by O Society July 3, 2019 So many statistics say that life in the U.S. is getting better. Unemployment is at the lowest level since 1969. Violent crime has fallen sharply since the 1990s—cities such as New … Continue reading Latest Suicide Data Show the Depth of US Mental Health Crisis

Do antidepressants actually work?

Depression is a very complex disorder and we simply have no good evidence antidepressants help sufferers improve by Jacob Stegenga Aeon Mar 5, 2019 Your grief and guilt overwhelm you. You are so tired you cannot think straight. Your simple joys are lost in an invisible agony. You have pain in your head and back and stomach, … Continue reading Do antidepressants actually work?

To feel happier, we resolve to the life we evolved to live

Exercise and activity are important parts of living the lives humans are meant to live from an evolutionary standpoint. by Arash Javanbakht Conversation Jan 2, 2019 When we have to give a talk to a group of people, we feel anxious and experience the bodily fear responses that do not make sense now: The system is … Continue reading To feel happier, we resolve to the life we evolved to live