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Suicide & Violence

Why Expand Psychiatry with Involuntary Commitment?

Psychotropic Drugs – Lobotomies In a Pill

Since the introduction of Thorazine in 1954 psychiatry and drug companies have rolled out a never ending stream of psychotropic drugs to replace the dramatic surgical procedures known as lobotomies. These so-called...

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Xanax Side Effects Lead to Horrific Tragedy

Mass shooter Elliot Rodger was, according to his parents, taking anti-anxiety drug Xanax in the days that led up to his bloody rampage and suicide in Isla Vista California on May 23. Elliot murdered six people and...

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What is PTSD – and Is there a Cure?

 What is PTSD and how is it treated? PTSD, or post traumatic stress syndrome, is defined by The Mayo Clinic as “a mental health condition that's triggered by a terrifying event. Symptoms may include flashbacks,...

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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...

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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...

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Teenage Suicide and Anti-Psychotic Drugs

Teenage suicide rates have risen sharply and alarmingly over the past decade. This can be attributed to one fact alone: the prescribing of anti-psychotic drugs to children and young adults. The pretended concern 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...

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