Category Archives: Neurology

Is President Trump on amphetamines? (Yes, he is)

Update January 16, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD President Trump’s doctor confirms my diagnosis made in the story below, which was that the slurred

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NBC begins alarming new series to promote the diagnosis of “mental illness” in children

December 11, 2017

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Effects of Spaceflight on Astronaut Brain Structure as Indicated on MRI

November 22, 2017 – Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD We interviewed Donna Roberts, MD of the Medical University of South Carolina about her NEJM paper

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Kick your smartphone app addiction in 2018

January 8, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD I was one of the very earliest CrackBerry addicts in 2000. That was a term given to people constantly

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Steve Bannon and the epidemic of Baby Boomers with mental illness

January 5, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD President Trump made news yesterday by issuing a statement firing back at Steve Bannon for allegations

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Ocrelizumab (Ocrevus) versus Placebo in Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

January 31, 2017- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD

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Effects of Exposure to Gun Violence in Movies on Children’s Interest in Real Guns

September 25, 2017- interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD We interviewed author Brad Bushman, PhD of The Ohio State University about his JAMA paper

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Maybe my brain was spared

July 26, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD Last week, I sat next to an Ohio State University offensive lineman while attending a Roger Waters

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A disease called ‘childhood’

March 31, 2013- by Dr. Allen Frances Do 1 in 5 NYC preteens really suffer a mental woe? A psychiatry expert argues we’re overdiagnosing —

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How ADHD became such a prevalent condition

October 7, 2009- interviewed by Steven E. Greer Authors of “ADHD: medicating children”, Rick Mayes and Catherine Bagwell, discuss the history of ADHD

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I tied a PGA all-time record in putting

July 29, 2017- by Steven E. Greer, MD I have been too busy lately to hit balls or play a round of golf. But I have a little seven-foot indoor

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Did Hillary Clinton really faint from “dehydration” or does she have a chronic neurological condition?

September 12, 2016- by Steven E. Greer, MD Once again, the Hillary Clinton campaign is on defense after another health scare from their

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10-year follow-up on the CREST carotid stenting trial

March 4, 2016- Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD The 10-year follow-up data on the CREST carotid stenting vs. CEA trail were published

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Thoughts on the golf swing

August 18, 2015- by Steven E. Greer, MD I thought that Tiger Woods, in his prime, was playing the best golf that a human could possibly play.

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Brigham and Women’s Hospital engages in bizarre PR campaign for daily aspirin

 April 21, 2015- By Steven E. Greer, MD Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, part of the Harvard University network of hospitals,

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Daily aspirin once again proves to be of no use and also deadly

Update January 13, 2015- Yet another study was published highlighting the risks of daily aspirin. 

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Second-gen Sapien TAVI valve does not reduce stroke problem

March 10, 2013 By Steven E. Greer, MD  The Healthcare Channel The main reason that Medicare has limited coverage for the Edwards Lifesciences (EW) Sapien percutaneous aortic valve is the high perioperative complication rate of ischemic strokes, in excess of … Continue reading

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New therapies for Multiple Sclerosis

Interviewed by Steven E. Greer, MD Barbara Giesser, MD, neurologist and Medical Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Center at UCLA, discusses the

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