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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

For those with mental health issues, there is promising news. Many studies have shown that exercise lowers depression. Using exercise as a way to beat the blues is a much safer alternative than taking psychotropic drugs with their abundance of dangerous side effects....

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The Catastrophe of Child Mental Health

The Catastrophe of Child Mental Health

The subject of child mental health has become a world-wide tragedy. The vested interests of both the psychiatric profession and big pharmaceutical companies have co-opted child mental health into a money-making proposition. There are documented dangers to flooding a...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

Ritalin destroying hearts?

  Ritalin is one of the most common medications to treat ADHD and ADD in children. It is also one of the most deadliest!  "Stimulant products and atomoxetine should generally not be used in patients with serious heart problems, or for whom an increase in blood...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

Increased Labeling and Drugging of ADHD In Children

  In September, the American Academy of Pediatrics demanded increased FDA warnings about psychotropic drugs causing diabetes and other health problems in children.  Despite the contradiction, the American Academy of Pediatrics just now approved testing even more...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

Xanax a party drug causing Xanax Addiction and Death?

Xanax is commonly known as an anti depressant prescribed by psychiatrists and has many terrible side effects. Like any other drug it can cause "Xanax addiction"  and has a terrible effect on ones mind and body. But Xanax being used as a party drug and mixed with...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

Mental Health Services and the Girl Scouts

Not surprisingly, Mental health services as promoted by psychologists have stooped to a new low. Now they are getting the Girl Scouts to do their dirty work. The debate goes on as to whether the subject of psychology is a real science or simply a belief system. In...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

2 days until the CCHR Florida Weekend starts!

Friday 8pm-2am, Halloween Party for those over 18 years old. $15 ticket (to benefit CCHR Florida) 22 N. Ft. Harrison Ave. R.S.V.P.thecommline@earthlink.net or call 830-265-1835   Saturday 7:30-9:30, CCHR Florida-Capitol Theater Concert located at 405 Cleveland...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

Antibiotics Used as Mental Health Treatment in Children

In a pilot trial being done by the University of South Florida, children are being tested to see if a strong antibiotic is an effective mental health treatment for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD).  Yes that is correct, tested.  This raises red flag questions like...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

The truth about Psychiatric drugs

The recent reliance on psychiatric drugs to treat any and all problems in thought, learning, traumatic and even social situations, often replaces actual solutions to life’s problems.   Psychiatric drugs have become a mainstream phrase that 100% of our population is...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

Teenage Stress-Dangers of Drug Abuse

Teenage stress can be dangerous. Some studies show that up to 73% of teens who use drugs began taking them primarily due to worry over school grades. Discord in the family has also been shown to be a contributing factor to teenage stress. The same study showed that...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

OCD in Children and Psychiatric Testing

A boom in the diagnosis of OCD in children has given the psychiatric industry a new playing field. What are the current methods used by psychiatrists to enforce their fascination with drugging children as a means to “cure” mental disease? And how do antibiotics relate...

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Borderline Personality Disorder: Does it really Exist?

What is borderline personality disorder? Is it possible that this is not a true disorder Borderline personality disorder or BPD is described in the psychiatric bible, the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM), as a pattern of unstable interpersonal relationships....

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

Is Spongebob bad for kids?

Is SpongeBob bad for kids, even causing ADD symptoms? Should children be exposed to these fast paced cartoons? There have been some recent studies that point in this direction. So truly, is SpongeBob bad for kids, and if so, why?   In a recent study of 4 year...

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Mental Health Issues – Depression and Exercise

Why Are Children on Antipsychotics?

Antipsychotics are being increasingly prescribed to children at an alarming rate, some as young as two years old. With many adverse side effects, lack of precise diagnoses and no evidence of long-term results, it is a valid question to ask why are children on...

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