No Need for a Mental Health App

Recently USA Today ran an article about a new app called "WhatsMyM3". This is an app designed to determine if you are at risk for depression, anxiety disorder, bipolar disorder ...

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Synthetic Marijuana Tragedy

Synthetic Marijuana, also referred to as K-2 or Spice, is potentially deadly. This tragic story shows the consequences of young people smoking this drug.

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Autistic Children Targeted

Autism has become a diagnosis that is more prevalent in the U.S and the use of psychotropic drugs poses a threat to the well-being of these children.

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Bath Salts Use Epidemic

Bath salts, synthetic marijuana and other chemical substances are dangerous to the individual and anyone around them. More than half of the people who abuse these substances have been ...

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Embalming Fluid and Laced Weed

Marijuana laced with PCP is gaining popularity with young people. The bizarre behavior associated with embalming fluid laced weed has resulted in people being placed in psychiatric hospitals, where further ...

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Bath Salts and Antidepressants Cause Psychosis

The dangers of bath salts are worthy of inspection and similar to the dangers of antidepresants. Violence, murder, suicide and involuntary commitment are all potential results of these drugs.

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How the Baker Act Affects Marijuana Users

The Baker Act is a Florida state law where people who appear to be “mentally ill” are are forced to go to a psychiatric hospital because they, apparently, pose a ...

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The Chemical Imbalance Fraud

Many psychiatrists assert that mental illness is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain. But there are no medical tests to prove this. Chemical imbalance is a theory that ...

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Children and ECT

Bipolar in Children- Diagnosis Increase

The condition of Bipolar in Children and teenagers has seen a huge diagnosis increase in the past decade. In fact, it has increased by 40 times. During this same time, ...

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Florida’s Baker Act is a Danger to All

If you found out that someone was involuntarily committed to a psychiatric hospital, you might assume the person must have some serious mental health problems and needs to be removed ...

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