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Random acts of violence

When we read news of a young person commits an act of random violence. It is senseless, tragic and puzzling.   It is important to keep in mind that one of the adverse reactions listed on psychotropic drugs is that “Patients of all ages who are stared on...
2011 Starts Off With More Stories On Top Prescribers

2011 Starts Off With More Stories On Top Prescribers

The investigation initially focused on a Miami psychiatrist who wrote $43 Million worth of prescriptions from 2004-2009.  It was calculated that psychiatrist Fernando Mendez-Villamil wrote an average of 153 prescriptions a day for 18 months ending in March 2009. On...
2011 Starts Off With More Stories On Top Prescribers

So Young and So Many Pills

On Dec. 28, 2010, The Wall Street Journal published an article, titled “So Young and So Many Pills”.   Below are some of the graphs that were published in this article, showing enormous numbers of prescriptions for psychiatric drugs given to children...

Psychiatry's Faith Based Campaign

According to The New York Times,   “Of all medical specialties, psychiatrists are the least religious, a survey has found, and the most religious doctors are the least likely to refer their patients to psychiatrists.”1   But an article by Rob Whitley, of Dartmouth...

ADHD and the Environment

Our environment today is not the same as it was 50 or 60 years ago.  As technology rapidly advances to accommodate the fast paced society we live in, so does the departure from using the natural resources of the environment.  Doing things the old fashioned way, which...
2011 Starts Off With More Stories On Top Prescribers

Jail Psychiatrist Arrested and Fired

Orlando Sentinel State: Jail psychiatrist billed for unnecessary treatment at 2nd job December 10, 2010 By Jeff Weiner Court records show a psychiatrist who saw patients at Orange County Jail before his arrest last week is accused of ripping off an insurance company...

Electroshock Therapy’s Permanent Damage

Electroshock therapy still exists, despite a long-established record of permanent mental damage and memory loss. Psychiatrist Michael Corry is an opponent to this “therapy.” In his words: “Memory loss is the first obvious result. Other factors compromised include...