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Exposing Psychiatric Criminality at the University of Minnesota

Part 2 of a 2 Part Series The first part of this series explored the suspension of psychiatric drug trials at the University of Minnesota due to the unethical and ...

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Psychiatric Drug Trials Suspended at University of Minnesota

Part 1 of a 2 Part Series On March 19th, 2015 psychiatric drug trials at the University of Minnesota were finally halted over a case that began in May of ...

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Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT) Resurgence Despite Brain Damage

ECT seems to be enjoying a renaissance of use. Perhaps those in the “mental health” industry are hedging their bets for the future, when outraged adults (having been assaulted with ...

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Florida School Sends Bullying Victim to Mental Hospital

Parents never quite know what might happen when they send their child off for a routine day of public schooling here in Florida. Alishia Montelongo went off to classes at ...

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SalusCare, Inc. – Mental Treatment or Mental Harm?

SalusCare Inc. is just another mental health care arm stretching tentacles into an unsuspecting community, fishing for consumers. With a purpose couched in “help,” prospective clients are reeled in, fed ...

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Baker Act Is Harmful Not Helpful

The Baker Act is the name of the mental health law in Florida and it covers all aspects of mental health including involuntary examination and commitment.  This is the law ...

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Big Pharma and Psychiatrists Are Bad Medicine

The truth about the actual business model of big pharma and psychiatrists has been researched and documented at a new level of detail by a well respected physician and scientist ...

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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 ...

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Monitoring the Mental Health of the Elderly

  It is very common to hear about someone getting on in years and developing dementia or going senile.  Many say the mind is the first thing to go.  It’s ...

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The Joke is on Us… Psychiatric Students Study Seinfeld

Psychiatry professor Anthony Tobia of Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School is teaching his students about psychiatric disorders through required watching of Seinfeld episodes. It sounds like a joke, but ...

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