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05 Mar
0

About Special education and Black Teenagers

Many  people don’t know about special education and the disproportionate number of black  teenagers, especially African American boys who are placed in these classrooms. What do we know about special education? It is a $60 billion industry. When it is ...

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20 Feb
2

The Heart Risks of Psychiatric Drugs

In today’s world of over-specialized and drug-infused medicine, doctors hand out pills for everything, often prescribing drugs without regard to side effects on patients’ general health.  Dentists use mercury, which may preserve teeth but is highly toxic to the rest ...

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20 Feb
2

People with ADHD and Suicide Risk

It is well known that people with ADHD may be at risk for suicidal thoughts and behavior. But in the 1950s and 1960s children daydreamed and stared out the window during school, or barely sat still while their teacher droned ...

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13 Feb
0

DSM 5 Outrages Mental Health Professionals

DSM 5, the fifth edition of the influential Diagnostic and Statistical Manual, has gone a bit far, even for its own proponents. What human emotions and reactions have now been labeled mental illnesses in DSM 5, this latest edition of ...

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09 Feb
0

No Benefits From ADHD Meds

Over the past thirty years, the use of ADHD meds has increased twenty-fold so that three million children are taking these drugs today.  Innocently enough, someone could assume there must be a lot of kids out there that have ADHD ...

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07 Feb
0

Channel 10 News Report-Hard Drugs Given to Children

 Channel 10 News Report Watch this short Video:  http://origin.tampabays10.com/investigators/article/236965/34/Dangerous-psychotropic-drugs-given-to-kids-in-foster-care TAMPA, Fla. — Mind-altering drugs for kids as young three years old? It’s a national scandal that has hit home in Florida. Twelve percent of children in Florida who have been removed ...

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06 Feb
0

Mental Health First Aid a Dangerous Precedent

Philadelphia and other cities plan to train thousands to render mental health first aid. The plan is to conduct 12 hour courses for interested public, who will then take a certification test. Medical Doctors need to study for 8 years ...

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27 Jan
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Are Cats a Factor in Your Mental Health?

As silly as it sounds, psychiatrists would like you to believe that cats could have something to do with your mental health.  They have put forth information linking cats to schizophrenia which is based only on speculation and convenient correlations, ...

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25 Jan
0

Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors Thicken Arteries

Serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) are the most commonly prescribed antidepressant medication. Their use has been associated with everything from worsening depression to homicidal or suicidal behavior. But yet another dangerous side effect of serotonin reuptake inhibitors was discovered in a ...

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23 Jan
18

Medical Scientist Find Link between ADHD and Thyroid Conditions

In Science Daily of March 12, 1997, a press release states medical researchers found a positive link between patients with ADHD and specific Thyroid levels. At the University of Maryland School of Medicine, Dr. Peter Hauser, Psychiatrist, warns “The correlation ...

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