Category Archives: Veterans

Diane Stein, President of CCHR Florida, presented the 2017 CCHR Humanitarian Award to Jacksonville attorney Mr. Justin Drach
16 Nov
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CCHR Florida Presents Humanitarian Award to an Attorney Dedicated to Stopping Mental Health Abuses

A prominent Florida attorney was presented with the CCHR Humanitarian Award during a banquet held at the historic Fort Harrison in downtown Clearwater for his work to expose and prevent fraudulent involuntary psychiatric examinations known as Baker Acts. Hundreds of ...

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13 Aug
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Baton Rouge Cop Killer on Psychiatric Drugs

Was Baton Rouge cop killer Gavin Long protesting police brutality by murdering three policemen, or was it yet another result of psychiatric drug side effects? This young veteran told his relatives and friends that he had post-traumatic stress disorder, and ...

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26 Jan
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The End of Psychiatry: Drugging VS. Understanding

Even mental health professionals admit the death nell of their profession is near. Decades of using drugs to treat invented mental illnesses has created skepticism within their own ranks. For example, Dr. Robert Berezin, a practicing psychotherapist, has this to ...

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18 Aug
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Military Suicide Still Ignored by the VA

A recent field hearing by the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs held in Roswell, NM introduced a new plan to help the VA provide medical help to veterans in rural parts of the country by allowing them to get medical ...

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02 May
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Alternative Treatments for PTSD are Safer

No one will argue that being in the military, especially during deployment is extremely stressful.  During times of war, soldiers see and do things that they just can’t forget.  Many come home and are not the same as when they ...

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09 Apr
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Ft.Hood Shooting – Psychiatrists Can’t Hide Ambien Side Effects

Another shooting incident happened this week at the Army base in Ft. Hood, Texas. A US soldier named Ivan Lopez age34 shot and killed three fellow soldiers and wounded 16 others before killing himself. In early press reports officials revealed ...

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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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21 May
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Depression in the Elderly and Psychiatric Drugs

Depression in elderly patients is commonly treated with the use of psychiatric drugs, especially when these seniors live in assisted living situations or nursing homes. The rate of depression, one might assume, would increase when the elderly are far from ...

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15 Feb
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New Video: Elderly and Antipsychotics

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14 Feb
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Our Soldiers put at more risk

  Experiments trying out ecstasy effects on soldiers labeled with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) were promoted in an article in the military newspaper “Stars and Stripes” on Nov 20th.  Ecstasy (or MDMA) is a party drug popular in the ...

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