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08 Jun
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3 Patients Sue Jail Psychiatrist

Another suit filed against embattled jail psychiatrist By TONY HOLT | Hernando Today Published: June 7, 2011 She was offended, violated and wasn’t going to take it anymore, she said. The former Hernando County jail inmate reported the alleged sexual harassment ...

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08 Jun
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The Future for CCHR Florida!

CCHR Florida Youth Group Saturday’s Youth Group Event   This week at CCHR Florida we launched our first CCHR Florida Youth Group Event, which included The Trinity Gospel Choir, WDHAN (Music group) Alycia Britt (Dancer) , Elaine Graham, Marina Young ...

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08 Jun
0

Creating Juvenile Zombies, Florida-Style

Miami Herald Creating juvenile zombies, Florida-style May 28, 2011 By Fred Grimm They’re children of the new Florida ethic. Zombie kids warehoused on the cheap in the state’s juvenile lock-ups. Kept quiet, manageable and addled senseless by great dollops of ...

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08 Jun
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TIME Magazine Slams Psychiatric Drugging of Children and Elderly

Drugging the Vulnerable: Atypical Antipsychotics in Children and the Elderly By Maia Szalavitz Thursday, May 26, 2011 | 59 Comments Pharmaceutical companies have recently paid out the largest legal settlements in U.S. history – including the largest criminal fines ever ...

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06 Jun
1

Antidepressant Drugs Scam Revealed

Are antidepressant drugs a scam? Gwen Olsen is a former representative for Big Pharma. She reveals the truth behind the pharmaceutical industry’s drug promotion in her new book Confessions of an RX Drug Pusher.1 In this Washington Times interview, Ms. ...

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06 Jun
2

CCHR Florida Writing Contest

Please join in on all of the excitement!  Citizens Commission on Human Rights of Florida (CCHR Florida) is sponsoring a writing contest!  Anyone can submit an article.  This is your time to show off your writing skills and a chance ...

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06 Jun
0

Walking for Mental and Physical Health

Simply taking a walk can be a powerful pill for mental, as well as physical health, say many authorities. When one considers the benefits, walking does make sense. After all, they allow us to view the beauty of nature, to ...

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06 Jun
1

An Epidemic of Psychiatric Drugs Not Mental Illness

Just as the polio vaccine pretty much wiped out any further cases of the disease, you would think depression and other mental ailments would disappear when Prozac and other “wonder drugs” came on the market more than twenty years ago. ...

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