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Well worth a watch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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dj2010
19 minutes ago, bubbles said:

Well worth a watch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

watched this last night, Dr Healy was in episode 2 talking about antidepressants and how inefficient they are etc

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bubbles

Hmm, I didn't see that part. Will rewatch.

 

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bubbles

I didn't see his name at the end either. I wonder if there is another episode?

 

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dj2010
Just now, bubbles said:

I didn't see his name at the end either. I wonder if there is another episode?

 

hes in it in episode 2 around 20 mins in I think, talking about how they dont work and make people more suicidal, also uncovers about the paroxetine drug trials that he exposed as been altered by the drug company's to make it look like it works, shocking really but doesn't surprise me

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dj2010
5 minutes ago, bubbles said:

I didn't see his name at the end either. I wonder if there is another episode?

 

 

it is in series 2 episode 2, not the ones you posted above, the new epsiode was out yesterday and BBC iplayer

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b578bd

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dj2010
Just now, dj2010 said:

 

it is in series 2 episode 2, not the ones you posted above, the new epsiode was out yesterday on BBC iplayer

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0b578bd

 

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bubbles

I can't get it - I'm in the wrong country.

 

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dj2010
1 minute ago, bubbles said:

I can't get it - I'm in the wrong country.

 

you can use a VPN to make it look like in UK, free VPN tool here: http://hola.org/

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1 hour ago, dj2010 said:

free VPN tool here: http://hola.org/

 

Just did some research on Hola.

 

From:  https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/5-free-alternatives-hola-vpn/

 

"Why not Hola?

 

Hola is free, unrestricted and doesn’t use ads. So why don’t we recommend it?

 

The problem with Hola is that it uses a peer-to-peer system, meaning that you share your bandwidth with other users. That has two consequences.

 

First, peer-to-peer slows down your connection, since you’re sharing it with someone else. Second, since you’re also sharing your IP address, you have no control over what it’s used for— leaving you open to having someone else’s creepy (or illegal!) online activity traced back to your IP address.

 

Hola’s peer-to-peer system puts it at the top of our list of VPNs to avoid. To learn more about why you should steer clear of Hola, see our full Hola review."

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powerback

I watched this a while ago and its shocking the DRs surgery they used for the short trial of asking them to  prescribe other methods other  than meds but then on the other hand the doctors say the patient expects to get some form of service i.e. Meds and a quick fix  .they are dictated by the patient .The whole system is a disaster .its like the DR is just the middle man to the  patient and big pharma . 

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dj2010
2 hours ago, ChessieCat said:

 

Just did some research on Hola.

 

From:  https://www.vpnmentor.com/blog/5-free-alternatives-hola-vpn/

 

"Why not Hola?

 

Hola is free, unrestricted and doesn’t use ads. So why don’t we recommend it?

 

The problem with Hola is that it uses a peer-to-peer system, meaning that you share your bandwidth with other users. That has two consequences.

 

First, peer-to-peer slows down your connection, since you’re sharing it with someone else. Second, since you’re also sharing your IP address, you have no control over what it’s used for— leaving you open to having someone else’s creepy (or illegal!) online activity traced back to your IP address.

 

Hola’s peer-to-peer system puts it at the top of our list of VPNs to avoid. To learn more about why you should steer clear of Hola, see our full Hola review."

 

thanks for this info, I will avoid hola in the future, all the free ones are quite low grade and slow, at least the ones I have tried, the one which I use that works best for my needs is www.purevpn.com, works out quite cheap if pay for it yearly,

 

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bubbles
3 hours ago, powerback said:

I watched this a while ago and its shocking the DRs surgery they used for the short trial of asking them to  prescribe other methods other  than meds but then on the other hand the doctors say the patient expects to get some form of service i.e. Meds and a quick fix  .they are dictated by the patient .The whole system is a disaster .its like the DR is just the middle man to the  patient and big pharma . 

 

In fairness to the surgery, I try not to go in the first place if I think something other than a prescription will solve it.

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Barbarannamated

Does anyone know where Mark Foster (?) is now?  Not sure if I have the name right....the physician from Colorado who fought psychiatry and was dismissed from his position at a hospital, then got cancer, IIRC.  

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