You photoshop it, of course.
Ah, what would you say had you not seen this? "Hey, never heard of that, sounds legit, let me get back to you."
I submit that you would have lost your lunch through your nose had you been forewarned or not.
Look at where it's coming from - Dice.com
The ultimate in click bait. As for making the rounds on the Internet - yep, it's at 4chan.
Some viral meme, that.
It's obviously the beginning of a research project. Take a drug - see what it does to 'normal' people with the testing platform you are using (in this case functional MRI), then try it on different clinical diagnoses. Remember, most medical diagnoses and especially psychiatric ones are not binary events - they lie on a continuum. We really don't know how to diagnose most patients with complex psychiatric problems. We typically give them several overlapping diagnoses that really don't explain the patient's problems and medicate them accordingly. I've always thought there should be a 'just plain nuts' category. It would be more objective and honest.
Treatment of psychiatric issues with medications is still in it's infancy and it's still akin to using hand grenades instead of scalpels. Studies like this one are trying to pin point areas of regulation and dysregulation with the eventual idea of finding more specific treatments.
Of course, that means more specific ways of controlling someone's mind. Which has its upsides. And it downsides.
Although people are generally told that SSRIs take several weeks to work, many patients report that some effects are noticeable in the first few days. These are usually improvement in anxiety symptoms (depression and anxiety commonly coexist).
So this doesn't surprise me all that much. What will be interesting is to follow 'normal' and depressed people over time with and without treatment. However, given how annoying MRIs can be (confining and noisy and slow) I wonder if there will some sort of bias created with some people opting out of frequent testing.
But Global Warming is Obama's fault!
Our rates went down from $1500/mo to $1300/mo for a family of 5 with medical, dental, vision, and prescription coverage. We're in Maryland and ages are 34, 34, 4, 3, and 3. We kept all of our doctors.
Oops. Missed one.
That's OK, we'll check on you next year as you re enroll. We've had some problems with our computer systems keeping up but we're working on it....
That is why the prudent iOS User with hardware > 1 Generation "back", waits a few days/weeks to see if they should Upgrade. After all, all it takes to not Upgrade, is to, well, not Upgrade. You iOS Device will continue to work exactly as always.
The truly prudent iOS (or for that matter OS X) user waits until the
Sigh. Another humorless AC.
Full of ennui and hate. Full of himself. Likely full of Cheetos. Where is that lust for life? That passion? That urge to break out of the narrow, tunnel-visioned view of life all to common these days.
Must be Obama's fault.
"Horses can make other horses. That's a trick that tractor's haven't figured out yet."
I could even see circumstances in an Apollo-Thirteen kind of accident where engineers at NASA could come up with a fix that's safer and more reliable than duct-taping some plastic sheeting to a bulkhead because the tech to manufacture a few parts exists with those that need those parts.
As opposed to use socks and duct tape? Philistine. I weep for the world that was.
That is NOT what "Is that a rocket in your pocket or are you glad to just see me?" means.
Congratulations. You've just confused the mods. +2 Troll. You ought to win something.
Right here. (It's engineering, you can only get two out of three.)
What did you load it on? An iPhone 1? A 4? An Osborne Executive?