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Sally Satel, M.D.
How Political Correctness is Corrupting Medicine
About the Author
Medicine and Psychiatry
Tobacco Harm Reduction
Testimony and Related Commentary
The Trauma Society
Talk About Trauma!
Is Drug Addiction a Brain Disease?
Fast food ‘addiction’ feeds only lawyers
Insanity Goes Back on Trial
Kumbayah Medicine: Why is the government paying for research into wacky alternative treatments?
New Yorkers Don’t Need Therapy
I Am a Racially Profiling Doctor (Erratum?)
Racist Doctors? Don’t Believe The Media Hype
It’s Crazy to Execute the Insane
Menopause Envy: Not all guys have changed since September 11
Public Health? Forget It; Cosmic Issues Beckon
‘You Dirty Rats’: Activists Jeopardize Biomedical Research
The Sorry CSAP Flap: It’s Worse Than It Looks
Medicine’s Race Problem
(This article now appears in The Best American Science Writing 2002 edited by Matt Ridley, Ecco/Harper Collins)
In Focus: Guest Editorial: Affirmative Action
Manager’s Journal: Good Grief: Don’t Get Taken by the Trauma Industry
The Newest Feminist Icon—a Killer Mom
Race Belongs in the Stem Cell Debate
Crazed and Confused: A murder defendant is forced to choose between the death penalty and permanent madness.
Keeping OxyContin Out of the Wrong Hands
Does Inequality Make You Sick? The dangers of the new public health crusade
When Shedding Pounds Meant Courting Danger
Drugs: A Decision, Not a Disease
Feminism Is Bad for Women’s Health Care
Who needs medical ethics?
The indoctrinologists are coming
The Truth about Anti-depressants Will Cheer You Up
Learning to Say ‘I’ve Had Enough,’
Isn’t a Commando Raid ‘Psychologically Abusive’?
Baseball Is Off Its Rocker
Perspective On Hate; Badness Or Madness?
‘Parity’ Isn’t Charity
An Overabundance Of Counseling?
A Battle Plan for the Drug War
Is Clinton Out of Control?
Addicted to Abolition
Opiates for the Masses
Do Drug Courts Really Work?
Don’t Forget the Addict’s Role in Addiction
For Addicts, Force Is the Best Medicine
Letters to the Editor:Those Who Really Need Marijuana
NOW’s Time Is Past
When Work Is The Cure
The Politicization of Public Health
Is Your Kid on Drugs? The FDA Makes It Hard to Know