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Olympics and Boxing: A Painful Disconnect

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   For years we have blamed people for causing their own mental illnesses such as addictions. That was wrong and unscientific. However, it is true that boxing is bad and it makes sense to ban it by the next Olympics.



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Alen J. Salerian, MD is a Washington, DC based physician, author, and historian who has been practicing psychiatry and psychopharmacology for 35 years. He is the former chief psychiatrist of the FBI's mobile psychiatric unit. He has authored (more...)

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