Tag: antidepressant research
Antidepressants Do Not Improve Quality of Life
A new study found that taking antidepressants did not improve quality of life.
Regulators Are Approving Drugs Without Clear Evidence That They Work
Drug regulators frequently approve drugs despite contradictory clinical trial results and without evidence of clinical benefits.
Negative Antidepressant Trials Still Unlikely to Be Published
Antidepressant trials with negative results are still more likely than not to either be misleadingly spun as positive or unpublished.
Researchers Push to End Placebo Run-in Periods in Antidepressant Studies
Meta-analysis finds that the placebo run-in methodology reduces the placebo effect and finds antidepressants to be less useful.
Mental Health Survival Kit, Chapter 2: Is Psychiatry Evidence Based? (Part...
Virtually every single placebo-controlled drug trial in psychiatry is flawed, systematic reviews of trials are also flawed, and guidelines are flawed. Even the drug approval process is flawed.