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26 Jan
0

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 example, Dr. Robert Berezin, a practicing psychotherapist, has this to ...

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19 Jan
0

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 long been considered just to be a part of aging.  ...

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19 Jan
0

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 Dr. Tobia is completely serious. He states “When you get ...

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19 Jan
0

Psychiatrists Admit Popular Sedatives are Dangerous for the Elderly

  The Dec 17th issue of “The Journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatry” (JAMA Psychiatry) contained a paper describing the over prescribing of a class of sedatives or tranquilizers called benzodiazepines. “Benzos” are all related in chemical structure and ...

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06 Jan
1

ADHD Medications Proven Harmful in Three Separate National Studies

  ADHD medications are detrimental to the mental and emotional health of the children taking them. The conclusion that ADHD drugs have dubious results was reached in studies funded by Canadian Institutes of Health Research, the NIMH (National Institute of ...

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06 Jan
0

Florida Parents – Learn Informed Consent – It Might Save Your Child

A Seminole County mother narrowly escaped losing permanent custody of her child in a case where immediate use of Florida’s Informed Consent laws might have avoided the ordeal she did experience. Sarah Markham is a vegan and a practicing Seventh ...

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05 Jan
0

Drive Your Health 2015

  Source: http://www.recallcenter.com/drive-your-health-in-2015/

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12 Nov
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The Mental Illness and Criminality Connection

Convicted felons are diagnosed as mentally ill at a rate 2-4 times that of the non-criminal population. It would be easy to make the supposition that anyone who commits a crime is in some degree mentally ill. And not many ...

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10 Nov
0

Mental Health and Diet

One’s diet and one’s mental health could be very directly related. So much so, that instead of reaching for a prescription drug to “cure” depression, ADD, Bi-Polar Disorder and other mental manifestations, one might do well to take a closer ...

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07 Nov
0

One life-long thing that can dramatically impact learning

I plan for 8-9 hours. My husband aims for less – maybe closer to 6 hours. My best pal tallies around 7 hours. What am I talking about? No, it’s not study or homework time. It is the time allotted ...

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