According to a study published in the open access journal PLoS Medicine.

Such networks should shoot for a global, inclusive outlook. The Chinese study output, along with the output of additional non-English speaking countries, should be appropriately captured. Failure to maintain a global outlook may create a scientific literature that is powered by the opportunistic dissemination of chosen results. .. Chinese research does not reach world scientific community often Important genetic research completed in China often fails to reach the international scientific community, according to a study published in the open access journal PLoS Medicine.Are psych drugs to blame for high rates of teen suicide? A new study has provided a sobering, if not shameful, statistic that ought to be a wake-up demand lawmakers and general public health policymakers all around the country: one in 25 teenagers in the United States attempts to commit suicide, a fact that is increasingly being blamed in psychotropic medicines which are being prescribed by the truckloads. The study, published recently in the Journal of the American Medical Association’s Psychiatry, doesn’t provide a precise reason for why so quite a few teenagers want to take their very own lives but, according to Heidi Stevenson at Gaia Health, the study ‘does give a telling clue – and that clue qualified prospects directly to the doorstep of modern psychiatry.’ For one thing, she notes, the analysis reads like a ‘marketing tool for the American Psychiatric Association’s DSM-IV,’ which may be the psychiatric field’s diagnostic bible: Almost all adolescents with these behaviors meet up with lifetime criteria for at least one DSM-IV mental disorder assessed in the survey.

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