Category Archives: Disable Persons

14 Mar

Brain Damage Caused By ECT

Electroconvulsive therapy, or ECT, “works” by creating an intense seizure or convulsion in the patient. This assault on the brain causes a temporary coma and flat-lining of brain waves, which is a sign of impending brain death. After several (or ...

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20 Jan

Risperdal: Another Psychiatric Drug Ruining Lives

Risperdal is one of the so-called second generation antipsychotic drugs, touted to be safer than the older anti-psychotics. Manufactured by Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen Pharmaceutical unit, it is approved for schizophrenia treatment and bipolar disorder in teenagers and adults, and ...

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07 Jun

Mentally Ill Diagnosis Fraud

  Mentally ill people, or those who have been branded as such, may take heart from a book exposing most psychiatric diagnoses as fraudulent. Author James Davies’ research shows clearly that the majority of those with supposed mental illnesses are ...

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22 Apr

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 week long on Bay News 9! Take a look and ...

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14 Sep

What Are We Doing to Children Termed “Learning Disabled?”

Imagine if Kim’s parents hadn’t found a different school for her. Would she still be a “learning disabled” high school student today, struggling with her studies? How many kids out there are doing just that because they don’t ...

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25 Jun

Environmental Causes of Autism

In the past twenty years or so, the rate of autism has gone up dramatically. The psychiatric community has even come up with the name Autism Spectrum Disorder because the symptoms vary widely and in degree of severity. Psychiatry points ...

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15 Jun

Autistic Children Targeted

Autism has become a diagnosis that is more prevalent in the U.S and the use of psychotropic drugs poses a threat to the well-being of these children.

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30 Apr

Autism Misdiagnosis

The number of children being diagnosed with autism is ever increasingly on the rise. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recently reported that autism is almost twice as common as it was five years ago. ...

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