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18 Oct
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Antidepressants Are Prescribed As If They Are Candy

Remember the old doctor’s saying, take two aspirin and call me in the morning?  Today, the saying has become take an antidepressant and see me in three weeks.  Whether you are depressed or not, antidepressants are prescribed readily.    Antidepressants are ...

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15 Oct
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Synthetic Drugs Destroying Lives

Synthetic drugs, sold under the euphemistic term “bath salts” and “incense” have caused an endless array of psychotic behavior. According to psychiatrist Daniel Bober, these substances are stimulants. Users have experienced psychosis, paranoia and agitation. Those under the influence of ...

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15 Oct
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Postpartum Depression + Risperidone +DC Car Chase = Death

Miram Carey, a dental hygienist who lived in Stamford, Conn., was shot to death in her car by Washington D.C. law enforcement personnel on Oct. 3rd 2013 following a high speed chase along streets leading from the White House to ...

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07 Oct
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Boys Taking Risperdal Disfigured with Gynaecmastia – Enlarged Breasts

Most parents would be appalled at the prospect of their young son growing size 38D cup size breasts. Johnson and Johnson, makers of the anti-psychotic drug Risperdal, apparently are not appalled as they continue to sell the drug and promote ...

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07 Oct
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Suicide Statistics in Soldiers Higher than Ever

The high suicide statistics found among our military is alarming. The fact that soldiers are traumatized by committing acts of war is not surprising. Who among us could kill and watch one’s fellow soldiers killed without consequences to his peace ...

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04 Oct
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No Benefits for Children Labeled with ADHD

Millions of American children have been labeled with ADHD because of their inattentive, impulsive and hyperactive behavior.  Approximately twenty million children are taking mind-altering drugs like Ritalin.  Has anyone stopped to wonder how so many kids could have the same ...

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04 Oct
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Obesity Screening Is Dangerous to Your Health

One third of Americans are believed to be obese and another third are thought to be overweight.  This is clearly a national problem, but the American Medical Association has recently classified obesity as a disease.  As a result, there will ...

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23 Sep
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Diabetes Diagnosis and Psychiatric Drug Connection in Children

A diabetes diagnosis in a child may be directly linked to the use of anti-psychotic medication. In a study recently published in JAMA Psychiatry (formerly Archives of General Psychiatry) it was revealed that kids on these pharmaceuticals are 3 times ...

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20 Sep
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Mental Disorder Tests Designed to Sell Antidepressant Drugs

Mental disorder tests have been designed and streamlined to quickly find citizens who can be given a diagnosis of “depression” and then a prescription for one or more antidepressant drugs. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports ...

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20 Sep
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New APA President Fails to Defend Psychiatry

The new president of the American Psychiatric Association, Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman, has been very vocal in the past few months since he took office.  He has written several articles attempting to shoot down critics of psychiatry and to promote his ...

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