Sorry for the delay in getting podcasts out, folks. This one may be a bit confusing, as we recorded it prior to the new sound equipment, so it is not "new and improved". This is actually #37. So, the next one to come out will be #39 (later this week... really! :-).
December 9, 2007: #37 Poop-Out
- SSRI Poop-out (a.k.a. tachyphylaxis). This is the phenomenon where a drug is working, then seems to wear off or stop working after some period of time. (see also How a Shrink Picks an Antidepressant, Family Intervention Overcomes Poop-Out, and Stassen's article on resilience.) (I also referred to the use of gestures when speaking.) Also discussed placebo response, light therapy, and Dinah's shpiel.
- Google Ads. We discuss issues about our minimal use of ads on the blog.
- Q&A from Tony. Refer back to Questions for the Doctor.
- Clink's Opera Post.
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