Category Archives: Psychotropic Drugs

12 Nov
0

No Incentives for Psychiatric Meds

Apparently, it is common for “mentally ill” patients to not take their psychiatric meds as often as recommended.  However, a recent study published in the British Medical Journal has shown that severely “mentally ill” patients take their meds more often ...

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12 Nov
6

Our Veterans Given Psychotropic Drugs for No Reason

Researchers at Yale School of Medicine recently reported in the American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry that 30% of the veterans given psychotropic drugs had not been diagnosed with any mental health problem. The lead author of the study, psychiatrist Ilse ...

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12 Nov
0

Zoloft and Pregnancy Dangers

Antidepressants and pregnancy are a dangerous combination. A mother taking Prozac, Zoloft or other antidepressants of this type are increasing their risk of bearing a child with autism. It is a significant risk; they are twice as likely to have ...

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05 Nov
0

College Suicide follows Adderall Abuse

Adderall abuse and addiction has gotten mixed into the drive to succeed and perform well in USA high schools and universities. Adderall is a Class 2 Narcotic, an amphetamine in the same class as cocaine. It can be very addictive ...

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05 Nov
0

Bullying and Intimidation in Schools

Bullying has become a threat to our children’s happiness and welfare. Despite bullying laws in Florida and elsewhere, the intimidation continues. In a 2013 Florida statutes states that Bullying “includes cyberbullying and means systematically and chronically inflicting physical hurt or ...

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31 Oct
1

Hyperactivity Symptoms – Psychiatric and Pharmaceutical Fraud

  Diagnosing children with hyperactivity symptoms has become a lucrative practice for the pharmaceutical industry. Shire Pharmaceuticals is one such company with big plans for our children. Spokesmen for this multi-billion dollar industry propose that a child’s natural energy and ...

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28 Oct
0

Twitter a Tool for Mental Health Surveillance

Most people would agree that social media has made the world a different place.  Twitter and Facebook can be useful tools for communication.  Like most anything, both have good points and bad points.  It is fun for many to get ...

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28 Oct
0

Psychiatry’s New Schizophrenia Test – More Fake Science

A company named SACCADE Diagnostics has developed a new eye movement testing procedure called SaccScan which claims to diagnosis schizophrenics by studying their eye movements. Their spokesman is Mr Madhu Nair, a technology entrepreneur experienced in developing opportunities in software ...

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18 Oct
0

Antidepressants Are Prescribed As If They Are Candy

Remember the old doctor’s saying, take two aspirin and call me in the morning?  Today, the saying has become take an antidepressant and see me in three weeks.  Whether you are depressed or not, antidepressants are prescribed readily.    Antidepressants are ...

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07 Oct
0

Boys Taking Risperdal Disfigured with Gynaecmastia – Enlarged Breasts

Most parents would be appalled at the prospect of their young son growing size 38D cup size breasts. Johnson and Johnson, makers of the anti-psychotic drug Risperdal, apparently are not appalled as they continue to sell the drug and promote ...

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