Monthly Archives: October 2010

Herbal remedies for anxiety

You may have seen some of the publicity last week about a new study published in the peer-reviewed Nutrition Journal suggesting that herbal and nutritional remedies could be effective in the treatment of anxiety and anxiety-linked disorders. The study concerned … Continue reading

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The Emperor’s New Drugs

Are conventional antidepressants simply placebos? On Wednesday 6th October the Lincoln Academy hosted a talk by Irving Kirsch, professor of psychology at the University of Hull, in which he suggested exactly that. His meta-analyses of the published and unpublished trials … Continue reading

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Japanese garden trip

As is Lincoln tradition, we took the new students on a trip to the beautiful Japanese garden in North Clifton on the Friday of Freshers week. The weather was rather cool, but as it had been tipping down the previous … Continue reading

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