Check this out:
So this is written by a guy claiming to be the epitome of “science-based medicine.” Of note is that he felt the article needed to be written. Think about that one. If it was really obvious that Hari’s article was full of holes, then why did Steven Novella even need to write this? If Hari was that much of a kook, wouldn’t we all know it and how on earth did a kook like Hari get published in a prestigious magazine, anyway?
Don’t even bother reading the comments. They are mostly off-topic.
Interestingly, Hari’s article drew much attention and many have agreed. Hmm…maybe he had some good points there. After all, Novella doesn’t want to lose his job.
I’m proud to be a denier! Interestingly, I see those who continue to believe in the chemical imbalance (or “broken brain”) myth as deniers of the obvious truth.