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Bill Maher on Health and Pharma

“There’s no money in dead people. There’s no money in healthy people. The money is in the middle, people who are alive, sort of” “Exercise and diet do work. A fact brought home by a recent Duke University study which showed that exercise, yes exercise, is just as effective a cure for depression as Paxil […]

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Drugging the American Soldier

Military’s reliance on strong psychiatric drugs Reporter Jamie Colby: Some really important concerns this Memorial Day weekend about the treatment our soldiers receive when they return from battle. And there’s a Fox News investigation into the increased use of powerful psychiatric drugs on our veterans and the impact these drugs are having. Our Douglas Kennedy […]

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Peter Breggin – How Psychiatric Drugs Really Work

Peter Breggin is the author of many books exposing the terrible effects of psychiatric drugs and the fraud of biological treatments of psychiatry.  In this video Dr. Breggin discusses what psychiatric drugs do and how they work.  He explains why psychiatric drugs are also called a “chemical lobotomy”

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Antidepressants and Violence

More and more evidence showing the link between antidepressants and violence to self and to others. In this video Dr. Pam Popper discusses a recent journal article relating to the efficacy (or lack of it) of antidepressant drugs and some of their side effects, including those related to violence. Not only do antidepressants have frightening […]

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Top Psychiatrist Warns That More Screening of Children Will Lead to More Violence

Psychotropic drugs “prescribed for school children cause violent behavior,” Dr. Healy stated. The drugs are widely used in the U.S. as antidepressants by doctors working in the mental health field and increasingly by primary care doctors, he noted. Healey insisted the problem today is that doctors working with schools to control the behavior of children […]

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Psych Meds Linked to 90% of School Shootings

NEW YORK – From the moment news emerged Friday that a young man had carried out a horrific massacre of elementary-school children, politicians from local city halls to the White House have been restoking the age-old push for more gun control. While guns have been a common denominator in mass slayings at schools by teens, […]

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Shootings And Antidepressants

Below are Some of the Reports of Shootings Committed by People on Antidepressants. These have been excerpted from the website SSRIStories.org, which contains far more stories and information about antidepressants and violence.   Drug Date Where Additional Prozac WITHDRAWAL 2/15/2008 Illinois ** 6 Dead: 15 Wounded: Perpetrator Was in Withdrawal from Med & Acting Erratically […]

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Drugs Most Associated With Violence Toward Others

Prescription Drugs Associated with Reports of Violence Toward Others A recent research study extracted data from the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Adverse Events Reporting System (AERS) identifying just those cases indicating homicide, homicidal ideation, physical assault, physical abuse or other violence related symptoms.  (As a note, the AERS collects reports of side effects and […]

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The Grassley-Kohl Physician Payments Sunshine Act – GOOD NEWS!

SUNSHINE BREAKS THROUGH At long last, sunshine is about to shed light on financial relationships between the pharmaceutical and medical device industries and doctors. Disclosure requirements that will begin this fall will bring accountability, and accountability will strengthen the credibility of medical research, the marketing of ideas and, ultimately, the practice of medicine.  You might […]

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Drowned in a Stream of Prescriptions

Drowned in a Stream of Prescriptions by Alan Schwartz of the NY Times February 2, 2013 VIRGINIA BEACH — Every morning on her way to work, Kathy Fee holds her breath as she drives past the squat brick building that houses Dominion Psychiatric Associates. It was there that her son, Richard, visited a doctor and […]

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