There is an absolutely horrifying article in the New York Times about drugging our children.
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The media always focuses on the ostensible need for stricter gun regulations while completely overlooking the psychotropic drug connection in mass shootings.
The New York Times has a pretty good article on Big Pharma, ADHD, and the drugs prescribed to treat it. Titled “The Selling of Attention Deficit Disorder”, it begins by telling about Dr. Keith Conners, who points out that 15% of high-school aged kids have been diagnosed with it and that the number of children on medication for it has gone from 600,000 in 1990 to 3,500,000 today. One in seven children are diagnosed with ADHD by the age of 18. “The numbers make it look like an epidemic. Well, it’s not. It’s preposterous,” says Dr. Conners. “This is a concoction to justify the giving out of medication at unprecedented and unjustifiable levels.”
I couldn’t agree more.
This video provides the facts about psychotropic drugs and the huge profits they create for the pharmaceutical industry.
An interesting documentary about psychiatry and the use of psychotropic drugs in the military.
“Psychiatry An industry of Death”, a documentary about the profession, its history, its ties to the pharmaceutical industry, and the use of psychotropic drugs to treat “mental illness”.
The Director of the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), Thomas Insel, has written a blog post on the NIMH website pointing out the lack of scientific validity of the American Phychiatric Association’s (AMA) Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM).
It’s almost as though the government was waging some kind of propaganda campaign for gun-control in violation of the Constitution!
In the absence of any objective medical tests to determine who has ADD or ADHD, doctors rely in part on standardized assessments and the impressions of teachers and guardians
Natural News reports on a new study finding that the results of most cancer studies published in scientific journals cannot be reproduced.