Wednesday, April 6, 2005

Medicine: Cognitive therapy vs. Pharm therapy

In another chapter in the most tiresome debate in the world, some UPenn researchers show that cognitive therapy is at least as good for moderate to severe depression (APA guidelines previously said that you had to sell the pharm if someone had severe depression). Maybe most importantly, cognitive therapy led to less relapse.

Oh my gosh, a pop up window just said that I won a free Apple Ipod! Golly Gee! I gotta go!

The next study: free Ipods vs. cognitive therapy.

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