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Mental Disorder Test Must Include Physical Exam

Any mental disorder test should be accompanied by a physical exam. Since the psychiatric profession admits there is no mental disorder test to determine which of their many labeled mental ...

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Mitochondrial Disease and Psychiatric Disorders

Mitochondrial disease is a physical disease, not a mental one. The condition results from the failure of the mitochondria, which are specialized parts in almost every cell of the body. ...

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Going to Sleep with Benzodiazepines Carry Huge Risks

Benzodiazepines tranquilizers first appeared in 1960 with the introduction of Librium followed in 1963 by Valium. This class of drug was originally intended for anxiety but since they made people ...

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CCHR Florida on Bay News 9

CCHR Florida’s Television Commercial Thanks to the help of Bay News 9 and thanks to Dr. Richard Wallace at Bayside Urgent Care CCHR Florida’s commercial has now started airing all ...

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Insomnia is More Desirable Than Side Effects of Halcion

Halcion is a psychiatric drug used to treat insomnia and sometimes to reduce anxiety before dental work.  It is a benzodiazepine which means it is a sedative hypnotic.  It basically ...

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What is Anorexia? Mental Treatment vs. Physical Causes

What is anorexia? The free online medical dictionary defines anorexia nervosa as “an eating disorder usually occurring in adolescent females, characterized by refusal to maintain a normal minimal body weight, ...

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Psychiatric Drugs Made Colorado Shooter Violent

Last summer James Holmes opened fire in a Colorado movie theater and killed twelve people and wounded more than fifty others. Mainstream media didn’t give any logical motives and did ...

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Can Anxiety Attack Symptoms Be Caused by Food Allergies?

Many doctors and nutritionists are finding that anxiety attack symptoms and some types of depression are the result of food allergies. Correct the diet and the person’s unwanted mental and ...

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Psychiatric Hospitals a Camouflaged Danger to Patients and Staff

Some believe a psychiatric hospital is the only option for treating a person with severe mental or behavioral issues. But if psychiatric hospitals still conjure up images of abuse reminiscent ...

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Psychiatry’s Push for Mental Illness Results in Disregard for Real Disease

The number of “mental disorders” has grown exponentially since they were first collectively published in the early fifties.  Since Prozac became famous more than thirty years ago, the number of ...

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