New Study Proves People on Psychiatric Drugs Commit More Homicides

A new research paper called “Psychotropic drugs and homicide: A prospective cohort study from Finland” was just published in the June 2015 edition of the journal World Psychiatry. Dr. Jari Tiihonen a professor of psychiatry at the Karolinsksa Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden was the lead researcher. He and his colleagues examined data collected from 959 men and women in Finland, ages 13 to 88, who were all convicted of homicide. For a control group, the researchers matched each person who committed homicide with 10 other people who had not committed homicide but were the same age and gender, and lived … Continue reading New Study Proves People on Psychiatric Drugs Commit More Homicides