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ECT Damage: Are Psychiatrists Ignorant or Malicious?

ECT Damage: Are Psychiatrists Ignorant or Malicious?

Psychiatrist Ugo Cerletti watched pigs being “anesthetized” with electroshock before they were butchered. This seemed a delightful outcome to Cerletti. He proceeded to experiment on hapless dogs and other animals, producing “reliable epileptic fits.” Apparently, this...

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Study Proves Psychiatric Diagnoses are Worthless

Study Proves Psychiatric Diagnoses are Worthless

Neuroscience News has commented on a study published in Psychiatry Research, which concluded “psychiatric diagnoses are scientifically worthless.” Researchers from the University of Liverpool analyzed 5 key chapters of the latest DSM, a controversial edition of...

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Psychiatric Drugs for Toddlers? Let's Get Real.

Psychiatric Drugs for Toddlers? Let's Get Real.

Health official Jeffrey Brosco is up in arms. He says our sons and daughters (even preschoolers) just aren't getting enough mental health treatment. Of course, Jeffrey does have a special interest in this area, which may go a bit beyond a fatherly concern. Mr. Brosco...

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The Hoax of Biologically Caused Depression

The Hoax of Biologically Caused Depression

Psychiatry and pharmaceutical companies have increasingly pushed the theory that depression has a biological, even genetic cause. However, Science Alert online made this bold statement recently, “New research on depression has debunked decades of work that singled out...

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Mental Illness…Fraud or Fact?

Mental Illness…Fraud or Fact?

Interestingly, mental illness is not considered curable by those who supposedly treat it. In fact, according to the Psychiatric Bible (The DSM), there are hundreds of mental disorders. And not a single one of them has a promised cure. In medicine, there are certainly...

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Don't Psychiatrists know what they're talking about?

Don't Psychiatrists know what they're talking about?

Studies have shown that people tend to believe whatever their doctor tells them. This is sometimes called “white coat syndrome.” And despite numerous articles equating this with a blood pressure rise in the doctor's office, the “syndrome” can be a truly dangerous...

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Black Box Warning on Sleep Aids is not Enough

Black Box Warning on Sleep Aids is not Enough

Federal health regulators announced in April 2019 that manufacturers of certain sleeping pills must now include a “black box” warning alerting consumers of the potential for serious or life-threatening side effects. This is what the agency's safety alert says:...

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