Later, in the second part of her series, she ends with the following practical consequences that are already being seen and will, in all liklihood, be more prevalent.
Along the way through her essays, Angell speaks about neurotransmitters, placebos, and the new edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (). The DSM-V is being worked on now and is set to be released in 2013. The list of disorders will be increasing. You've heard of ADHD. Well that led to "juvenile bipolar disorder" which was so over diagnosed that there was backlash. The new DSM-V is set to give us a new childhood disorder--"temper dysregulation disorder with dysphoria"--TDD, for short. You watch for it. In a few years this will be the new code ("TRR") bandied about much the same way ADHD was, and still is.
Angell's two review essays are important reading in that they direct us to important literature and facts not widely known to the populace at large. You can find her two articles linked below.
"The Epidemic of Mental Illness: Why?" June 23, 2011
"The Illusion of Psychiatry" July 14, 2011