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Know your rights as a patient!

Know your rights as a patient!

New Video that demonstrates your rights in regards to the mental health screening! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZMAOv5NRxo&list=UU-iw0HrAGH65H-N6_e6C8EQ&index=2

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Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

A recent article published in “Smart KIDS Learning Disabilities”, claiming that ADHD medication reduces criminal behavior is, without a doubt, a scandalous conscious effort to advocate the taking of psychiatric drugs, especially among young adults. Not only are the...

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Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

Do Psychiatric Drugs Cause Behavior Problems?

There have been 22 International Drug Regulatory Agency Warnings saying that psychiatric drugs cause violence, mania, psychosis and even homicidal ideation. The conditions that can be brought about by taking these drugs are, to say the least, serious problems in...

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Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

Helping Children with Depression

Some feel the only way of helping children with depression is the prescribing of barely tested and dangerous drugs, many of which are not recommended for children in the first place. These drugs may have disastrous results, as has been proven again and again. It seems...

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Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

Mass Shootings Can Be Explained with Logical Answers

If you look at the timeline of when mass shootings and murder-suicides started on the upswing, it is at the same time as when the field of mental health introduced psychiatric drugs as a solution to behavior problems such as children’s inattentiveness, depression, and other undesirable conditions. The late eighties were when Prozac was introduced as a panacea pill and became a household name. Other antidepressants, antipsychotics and stimulants came into being. That is the only change in the past thirty-something years

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Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

Children Misdiagnosed with Mental Health Issues

Behavioral disorders are often “treated” by the mental health community, with mind-altering drugs. Medical doctors exist who can do traditional medical testing to evidence potential underlying physical causes of unwanted behavior. Some children actually have a sleeping disorder similar to the childrens’ story “Sleeping Beauty”.

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Interview with Human Rights Advocate–Mr. Jim Harper

Interview with Human Rights Advocate–Mr. Jim Harper

Mr. Jim Harper is the founder of “The Road Back” program and has helped more than 40,000 individuals to become fully informed about the risks of psychiatric medication and the alternative treatments. This is a brief talk show interview with Mr. Harper.

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Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

Unwanted Screening for Disorders Alive and Well in Obamacare

Mental Health Screening has had its share of controversy. Upon the eve of Teenscreen ending in the United States, we have the Federal Health Bill which includes many more programs to mental health screen every single generation. There are no medical and scientific studies that show mental health disorders exist and none that exhibit a benefit from mental health screening.

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Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

Natural Disasters Do Not Cause Mental Illness

The mental health community would have us believe that those who live through a natural disaster are now prone to mental illness. This is only and soley a means of captializing on others’ hardships. The facts are clear, there is not one medical test to evidence a mental disorder and stress is just that, stress.

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Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

Children Should Never Have to Go Through Paxil Withdrawal

The side effects of Paxil, a popular prescribed anti-depressant drug, are well known. They include insomnia, anxiety, seizures, hallucinations and suicidal thoughts. Paxil withdrawal is a clinically recognized condition for those wishing to stop taking the drug; it’s...

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Psychiatric Meds and Criminality

Signs of Anxiety may Start in the Gut

If you have ever had the unpleasant sensation of stage fright (sometimes referred to as “butterflies in the stomach”) you are familiar with the influence this second brain may have on your well-being.

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