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13 Sep
0

THE PSYCHIATRIC INVASION- In the guise of help

Dissatisfied with their less-than-lion’s share of mental care profits, psychiatrists in the 1960s decided to step up their infiltration of society. In a strategically-planned (and secretly documented) ploy, they willfully moved in on the media, education and health circles of ...

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13 Sep
0

Treatment for Internet Addiction Unsubstantiated

Internet addiction was a term coined in 1995 as a joke.  Today it is almost twenty years later and the Bradford Regional Center in Pennsylvania will be offering the first hospital-based treatment program for Internet addiction.  This really is a ...

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13 Sep
0

Atypical Antipsychotics Harming Florida Medicaid Kids

Florida Medicaid is in the news again as a new investigation into the over prescription of atypical antipsychotic drugs for treating symptoms in very young children was just launched at the Federal level by the Inspector General’s Office at the ...

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06 Sep
0

It Seems Impossible

It was just a few days ago one of my patients commented to me about the video we were playing in our office. It was a documentary highlighting the outright fraud perpetuated today by the psychiatric profession, as well as ...

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06 Sep
0

College Students in Danger from Stimulant Abuse

Like it or not, drugs and alcohol have always been a part of college life.  Most college students use these recreationally and some go one step further and become dependent on one or the other or both.  Some students have ...

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03 Sep
0

Don’t Become a Victim of Psychiatric Fraud

  The profession of psychiatry has successfully established themselves as “experts” in the field of mental health and matters of the mind over the past thirty of forty years.  They have also made the public think that “mental disorders” are ...

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03 Sep
0

Mental Health Awareness in Schools Will Sell More Psychiatric Drugs

Since 2004 a group called the American Psychiatric Foundation has been promoting and marketing mental health awareness in high schools and middle schools using its trademarked educational program called Typical or Troubled? Claiming that one in four Americans will suffer ...

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28 Aug
0

ECT Sugar Coated and Promoted to the Uninformed

ECT (Electroconvulsive therapy) was recently promoted as a benign psychiatric treatment making a great comeback according to an article in USA Today that was repeated in many newspapers throughout Florida. Today electroconvulsive therapy is done with patients hooked up to ...

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21 Aug
142

Paxil and Zoloft Withdrawal Symptoms Worse than Doctors Tell You

If Paxil or Zoloft are being recommended, you might want to form your own second opinion by reading some testimonials written by those going through Paxil or Zoloft withdrawal. Psychiatrists and doctors have done only a small amount of research ...

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12 Aug
334

SSRI Withdrawal Effects Are Brutal and Long Lasting

  In a New York Times article published in March of 2019, the serious side effects of those coming off psychiatric SSRI drugs is explored. Apparently, doctors have been downplaying horrific symptoms lasting from months to years. Symptoms such as ...

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