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Saturday, April 12, 2014

Psychiatric drugs can be reason of school attacks in US - expert

Alex Hribal, 16 year old suspect in Wednesday’s stabbing spree at a Pennsylvania high school, has been charged as an adult with four counts of attempted homicide and 21 counts of aggravated assault. Ten students injured in the rampage — including three in critical condition — remain hospitalized. "It is too early to judge what caused this particular school attack, but what we know is that there have been 31 school shootings or related acts of violence of which 6 of those were stabbings. And all 31 of those were either on psychiatric drugs or withdrawing from psychiatric drugs at the time of the incident," Kelly Patricia O’Meara from Citizens Commission on Human Rights, the mental health watchdog based in Los Angeles, told The Voice of Russia.

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Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Chinese secretly drug students to boost attendance for revenue: report

Kindergartens in three Chinese provinces have been accused of secretly administering antiviral drugs to children in order to boost attendance for revenue.

Chinese secretly drug students to boost attendance for revenue: report

Chinese media: Kindergartens suspected of drugging students to boost attendance


Monday, March 17, 2014

Are we overdosing our children with Ritalin, aka pediatric cocaine?

American kids are the most medicated in the world. The increase in use of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) drugs has been nothing short of staggering in its scope.

Are we overdosing our children with Ritalin, aka pediatric cocaine?

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

The Obama Administration has proposed a massive federal program aimed at curbing the use of psychotropic medications to treat foster youths, an issue that appeared on the federal radar in 2011.

Read More >> Obama Budget Calls for $750 Million to Fight Over-Drugging of Foster Youths

Monday, February 24, 2014

More reports filed against day care operator

An Indianapolis day care operator accused of drugging children made her first appearance in court on Monday.

Maryanne Godboldo, recognized world-wide as a hero for standing off a Detroit police SWAT team trying to seize her young daughter to administer the dangerous drug Risperdal in 2011, was in court once again Feb. 14. In a never-ending continuation of the original assault, she is to face criminal charges re-instated by an appeals court after 36th District Court Judge Ronald Giles and Third Judicial Circuit Court Judge Gregory Bill adamantly dismissed them.

Read More >> GLOBAL HERO MARYANNE GODBOLDO BACK IN COURT; NEW CRIMINAL HEARING SET FOR MARCH 14

Saturday, February 8, 2014

BAYER CEO: ‘WE DON’T MAKE MEDICINE FOR POOR INDIANS’

In a crass yet frank admission, Bayer CEO Marijn Dekkers said the company’s new cancer drug, Nexavar, is not “for Indians,” but “for western patients who can afford it.” The statement came in the wake in a recent ruling by an Indian court that certain life-saving drugs could be produced and distributed at 97% of the brand-name price.

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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Parents protest psychiatric meds for children

When Debbie Visicaro saw the protest signs outside the West Pasco Judicial Center on Thursday, she knew she wanted to become involved.

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