29 Jun

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 ...

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25 Jun

Top Five Psychiatric Drugs Linked to Violence

To assert psychiatry is careless in prescribing drugs for its various diagnosed disorders is a monstrous trivialization of the problem. Many of their drugs have been directly linked to suicide and violent behavior, sometimes resulting in murder on a grand ...

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Children and ECT
23 Jun

Not a Joke: Electroconvulsive Therapy Recommended for Children

ECT is described by psychiatric whistleblower Peter Breggin as “a psychiatric treatment in which electricity is applied to the head and passed through the brain to produce a grand mal or major convulsion. The seizure brought about by the electric ...

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21 Jun

Psychoactive Drugs Played a Hand in South Carolina Church Murders

On the evening of June 17, 2015, Dylann Roof, age 21, carrying his .45-caliber handgun in a fanny pack, sat in the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina and participated in a Bible study for about ...

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It’s often overlooked that the illegal products such as flakka and bath salts are chemically just variations of drugs create by pharmaceutical companies to be used as psychotherapeutics.
16 Jun

Do Legal Psychiatric Drugs Encourage Illegal Synthetic Drugs?

Could the booming use of illegal synthetic “designer” drugs be related in any way to the enormous quantity of legally, authorized anti-depressants, anti-psychotics and stimulants prescribed and sold in ever increasing amounts around the world? Psychiatric drugs and designer drugs ...

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APA Logo
10 Jun

American Psychiatric Association’s New Logo Reveals Its Sordid History

May 2015 at the opening session of its annual meeting in Toronto, The American Psychiatric Association released its new logo designed to symbolize and position modern psychiatry as a science of mind, brain and body. APA’s Psychiatric News announced “The ...

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