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Psychiatric Drug Industry in Trouble

Considering that twenty percent of Americans are taking psychiatric drugs, it may be hard to believe that the psychiatric drug industry is actually in trouble. But psychiatrists themselves say they ...

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Psychiatric Drugs and the Baker Acting of Minors

The Baker Acting of minors is controversial. Many parents have been devastated when their child was taken from school without their knowledge and held for examination in a mental health ...

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Suicide Noose

CCHR Calling for Investigation of Link Between Suicides and Psychiatric Treatment

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a non-profit mental health watchdog organization dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health, is calling for an ...

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Psychiatry: An Industry of Death

Museum Targeting Psychiatry as an “Industry of Death” Helping to Expose Rights Violations in Florida

The Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a non-profit mental health watchdog dedicated to the eradication of abuses committed under the guise of mental health, has held over 100 events ...

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Baker Act

Handcuffs and Police Cars Terrorize Florida School Kids

The Baker Act is the mental health law or the state of Florida an currently allows children to be involuntarily committed right out of their classroom at school and sent for ...

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Children on Ritalin: Long Term Effects

Seeing as psychiatrists have been drugging children with Ritalin since the 1970s, some long term effects have now been studied and confirmed. Psychiatrist and whistle blower Peter Breggin reports these ...

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Sandy Hook Shooter’s Psychiatrist Arrested

On December 14th 2012 Adam Lanza attacked students and adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut with an AR-15 rifle leaving 20 children and 6 adults dead. There ...

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Using Opioids Can Cause Depression

According to a new study conducted by Jeffrey Scherrer, an associate professor of family and community medicine at St. Louis University in Missouri, men and women who take prescription opioids ...

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Teen Suicides Increasing Due to Mental Health Treatment

Mental health experts claim they need more money to stem the rising number of teenage suicides but there is much evidence showing that the medications prescribed to prevent suicide are ...

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Why the Secrecy? Was Oregon Shooter on Psychiatric Drugs?

Signs clearly point to Oregon community college (Umpqua Community College) shooter Christopher Harper-Mercer having had a background involving psychiatric treatment. Harper-Mercer’s mother had difficulties in raising her son. She discussed ...

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