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The Mental Health Fraud of BDSM and Other Sexual Practices

The Mental Health Fraud of BDSM and Other Sexual Practices

In a recent study, it was found that people that engage in BDSM may be better off psychologically than those that don’t.  BDSM is bondage, discipline, sadism and masochism.  It was found that people who practiced BDSM seemed more secure and confident and overall...

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Johnson & Johnson Asked to Help Obamacare

Kathleen Sebelius, Secretary of Health and Human Services, recently phoned up Johnson & Johnson, a large drug maker, asking them to help get more people enrolled in the Affordable Care Act health insurance program. According to the New York Times, she also rang up...

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Can Anxiety Attack Symptoms Be Caused by Food Allergies?

Many doctors and nutritionists are finding that anxiety attack symptoms and some types of depression are the result of food allergies. Correct the diet and the person's unwanted mental and emotional symptoms disappear. This research flies in the teeth of psychiatric...

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Mentally Ill Diagnosis Fraud

  Mentally ill people, or those who have been branded as such, may take heart from a book exposing most psychiatric diagnoses as fraudulent. Author James Davies’ research shows clearly that the majority of those with supposed mental illnesses are the victims of...

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Military Families Targeted by Psychiatry

The American Academy of Pediatrics recently did a study on military families.  They found that one in four children had symptoms of depression.  One in three worried excessively and half of the children in the study had trouble sleeping.  It goes on to stress that...

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Hyperactivity and Weight Gain

Hyperactivity supposedly causes weight gain. According to a study recently conducted on two groups of men aged 41, it was discovered that those who had been diagnosed as ADHD carried almost 20 extra pounds, compared to those men free of the psychiatric label. But...

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Sudden Death Possible When Taking Antidepressants

Sudden death is a pretty severe side affect for a so-called medicine that claims to improve the users mental health. Yet the list of antidepressants causing sudden death caused by inducing changes in the heart’s electrical pulse and heart beat rhythm continues to...

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The Reason for Teenscreen’s Termination

Why Teenscreen National Center, headquartered at Columbia University, terminated its psychiatric screening services at the end of last year still remains a mystery to a large extent. Teenscreen directors and spokespeople are absolutely mum on what happened exactly,...

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Why is ADHD Rampant Only in the United States?

It is all too common these days that a child who can’t sit still in class or can’t focus on his school work will be diagnosed with ADHD and put on psychotropic drugs as treatment.  At least nine percent of American school children have been given such a diagnosis and...

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Depakote severely heightens cancer risk

Depakote is an anticonvulsant psychiatric drug that significantly increases one’s chances of getting certain types of cancer. It’s used as a sedative for manic highs, hyperactivity, migraines and epileptic seizures. Among other serious side effects, taking Depakote...

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Depression in the Elderly and Psychiatric Drugs

Depression in elderly patients is commonly treated with the use of psychiatric drugs, especially when these seniors live in assisted living situations or nursing homes. The rate of depression, one might assume, would increase when the elderly are far from family and...

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