Blog Archive: May 2004

Blog subjects:

  • Pseudoscience in the mental-health industry

  • Unethical behavior among pharmaceutical companies

  • Whatever else strikes my fancy

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My standard disclaimer:  Blog updates occur sporadically.  I'm just too busy to maintain a schedule of daily entries.  Thanks for understanding.

Sunday, May 30, 2004

Just in case anyone is wondering:  I have most certainly not given up on this blog.  The past few weeks have been an unusually busy time for me, and I have simply not been able to keep up with blogging.  I expect to return to semi-regular blog updates soon.  The subject matter of this blog is very important to me – far too important for me to abandon the fight, especially now that the level of skepticism seems to be increasing (slowly – too slowly!) among the medical establishment as well as among the general public.  I shall return!


Tuesday, May 18, 2004

I'm still as busy as a herd of beavers in the depths of an amphetamine binge.  Or something.  Anyway, my point is that I have not been able to update my blog as often as I would like.  Here's a few stories:

Loyal blog-reader Fred sends along these recommendations:


Friday, May 7, 2004

Sorry about the lack of blog updates lately.  I've just been so busy with other activities.

When citing an article on my blog, I usually write a brief commentary and then quote a few paragraphs from the article.  However, I'm pressed for time right now, and I have a huge backlog of articles I wanted to include in blog entries.  So, I'm just going to link to the article, sans discussion or quotation.  (Incidentally, just because I cite an article doesn't necessarily mean that I agree with everything in the piece.)

I apologize for cutting corners, but it's almost midnight here, and I still have other things I need to do before I go to bed tonight.  I don't really expect people to read all these, but maybe Gentle Readers can click on the ones that look particularly relevant or interesting:

More articles coming in the next few days.