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A History Of Insulin Coma Therapy In Australia

The negative period between the wars came to an end with the discovery of the biological therapies, including ICT, a development of great interest to Australian psychiatrists. Melbourne psychiatrist Reg Ellery documented his use of ICT in 1937, but the evidence shows that he was beaten to it by Farran-Ridge and Reynolds at Mont Park. ICT was soon used at various centres, but phased out by the late fifties. A review follows of its use in Australia and a discussion of the issues involved. Doing ICT played a part in enhancing the professional status of Australian psychiatrists and was one of the factors that led to the establishment of the AAP in 1946. Continue reading >>

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    This has gone far enough. I`m now turning to you guys to help me. I did not have to work today so I got to sleep in and have a relaxing day. Around 2pm I got a bit bored, and then next thing I knew I woke up on the floor in a puddle of sweat and it was 3:30pm. Beside me was and empty box from a large pizza and an empty 2L of pepsi. The last couple weeks have been kinda high stress for me and I have found that my eating habits have gone to shit. I need help, what do you guys do when you find yourself fucking up?

    Usually Im a very strick eater and I dont get cravings or miss shit food - infact it usually makes me sick to even smell it. But the last 2 weeks have been the opposite. Im losing it. Ive read the articles already - massive eating, look good nekid etc. I`ve been reading t-mag since practically the first issue so my head is full of good info - my stomach is just over-riding my good sense. Any suggestions would be great.

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    man I could really go for a pizza and some cola right now... in a way I envy you

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