Don't Do Drugs! Here take this.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Father convicted of 1st-degree murder in death of Rebecca Riley

A South Shore father of three was convicted today of first-degree murder for killing his 4-year-old, youngest child with an overdose of a psychotropic drug that he and his wife had nicknamed "happy medicine."

Father convicted of 1st-degree murder in death of Rebecca Riley

Sounding Off: Parents need to know their vaccine rights

A federal court ruled recently that mercury in vaccines doesn’t cause autism, but parents like Erica Henderson aren’t buying it.

Sounding Off: Parents need to know their vaccine rights

Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Treat kids without drugs

Treat kids without drugs

HE has been called the Finnish Dr Phil, and he is coming to our region in June.

Physician Prescription Patterns for Psychiatric Drugs

Physician Prescription Patterns for Psychiatric Drugs

A new study reviews the behavior of physicians when making the decision to prescribe psychiatric drugs.

Psychiatric Manual Diagnosis To Justify Drugging Small Children

The day is rapidly approaching when your child could be diagnosed with a mental illness for having an active imagination or bugging someone else enough to complain.

Psychiatric Manual Diagnosis To Justify Drugging Small Children

Antipsychotic Drugs: Never Justified in Children for Any Reason

Antipsychotic Drugs: Never Justified in Children for Any Reason

Antipsychotic drugs cause brain damage. When used over several years, it's almost a sure thing. There is no justification for ever giving these disabling chemicals to any child under any circumstances. Yet, that's exactly what happens every day, and it's done to children for diagnoses of ADHD, mental retardation, and simple misbehavior.

Stop the Psychotropic Drugging of America's Children

Millions of American children are identified daily with some type of mental or behavioral challenge and are subsequently recommended to school psychologists for testing.

Stop the Psychotropic Drugging of America's Children

Many kids with autistic traits are never diagnosed clinically

A study has revealed that many children who have autistic traits are never diagnosed clinically, leading to them not receiving the support they need through educational or health services.

Many kids with autistic traits are never diagnosed clinically

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

F.D.A. Asks Pediatricians to Stop Using a Diarrhea Vaccine for Now

Federal drug regulators on Monday asked the nation’s pediatricians to stop giving children a diarrhea vaccine until federal scientists can figure out why the product contains apparently harmless but extraneous pieces of a pig virus.

F.D.A. Asks Pediatricians to Stop Using a Diarrhea Vaccine for Now

Monday, March 22, 2010

Sunday, March 21, 2010

Bipolar Diagnosis in Children Often Harmful

Troubled children diagnosed with bipolar disorder may fare better with a different diagnosis, according to researchers at The Hastings Center.

Bipolar Diagnosis in Children Often Harmful

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Children sickened after inoculation

The Ministry of Health is probing a possible health hazard in which some children may have died and dozens became seriously ill after being inoculated in Shanxi. Earlier, local officials denied reports, saying their vaccines were safe, and the people receiving them didn't show abnormal symptoms.

Children sickened after inoculation

China probes vaccines after child deaths reported

China's Health Ministry is investigating the safety of inoculations in a northern province after a report that defective vaccines possibly killed four children and seriously sickened dozens.

China probes vaccines after child deaths reported

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

After 7-Year-Old Gabriel Myers' Suicide, Fla. Bill Looks to Tighten Access to Psychiatric Drugs

The apparent suicide of 7-year-old boy Gabriel Myers, who was taking several psychiatric medications, has led to the introduction of a bill in the Florida legislature, which would assure that powerful mental health drugs dispensed to Florida foster care children would be more closely monitored.

After 7-Year-Old Gabriel Myers' Suicide, Fla. Bill Looks to Tighten Access to Psychiatric Drugs

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Sunday, March 14, 2010

Police remove 'unruly' 5-year-old from class

Police removed a 5-year-old girl from class Wednesday when teachers at Venice Elementary school said they could not control her.

Police remove 'unruly' 5-year-old from class

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Supreme Court Vaccine Case Causes Drug Manufacturer Controversy

Supreme Court Vaccine Case Causes Drug Manufacturer Controversy. The US Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case and determine whether or not parents of a child who is believed to have been injured by a vaccine can sue a drug company.

Supreme Court Vaccine Case Causes Drug Manufacturer Controversy

Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Day Care Workers Charged With Drugging Kids

Day Care Workers Charged With Drugging Kids

The Hamilton County Prosecutor has filed charges against two women accused of drugging children in a Springfield Township day care center.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Psychiatric Drugs During Pregnancy: Benefits, Risks, Alternatives

Taking medications during pregnancy — both prescription and over−the−counter — can be dangerous for the developing fetus. Drugs can cause a variety of unwanted effects including premature birth, abnormal birth weight, physical defects, developmental and neurological abnormalities, and others. But many pregnant women have conditions that are important to treat, so doctors and patients must weigh the risks of using medications against the risks to the mother and fetus of not treating the mother effectively. Some recent studies looked at the effects of antidepressant and anti−anxiety drugs as well as the alternative therapy, acupuncture.

Psychiatric Drugs During Pregnancy: Benefits, Risks, Alternatives

AssureRx adds gene to test for psychiatric drug impact

Personalized drug company AssureRx Health Inc. has added a fifth gene to its a genetic test and analysis that determines how psychiatric medicines could impact individual patients.

AssureRx adds gene to test for psychiatric drug impact

Are we overmedicating our kids - or undermedicating them?

Parenting writer Judith Warner set out to pen an exposé of overmedicated children. Instead, she uncovered a different problem: underdiagnosis and undertreatment of mental illness

Are we overmedicating our kids - or undermedicating them?

Supreme Court accepts appeal over vaccine safety

Parents who say that a range of preventive vaccines given their young children can cause serious health problems will have their appeal heard by the U.S. Supreme Court.

Supreme Court accepts appeal over vaccine safety

Monday, March 8, 2010

Medical reports awaited on three drug mistakes at children's hospital

Medical reports awaited on three drug mistakes at children's hospital

One year after several medication errors at Alberta Children's Hospital, there are still lingering questions about what went wrong in the three cases — including two non-fatal drug overdoses in young patients.

Psychiatric Drug Facts with Dr. Peter Breggin

Psychiatric Drug Facts with Dr. Peter Breggin

Thursday, March 4, 2010

New psychiatric disorders flag normal human behaviors as "diseases"

The Disease Mongering Engine, which I invented a couple of years ago and posted on NaturalNews, was initially created as a joke to demonstrate the ridiculousness of the fictitious diseases that are constantly created by the psychiatric industry. This hilarious online disease generator (http://www.naturalnews.com/disease-...) allows you to instantly create your own fictitious diseases and disorders such as:

New psychiatric disorders flag normal human behaviors as "diseases"

Wednesday, March 3, 2010

AstraZeneca to drop psychiatric research

AstraZeneca to drop psychiatric research

AstraZeneca is to cease researching drugs for illnesses including schizophrenia and ovarian cancer in a shake-up of its research and development activities.

Are Parents Overmedicating ADHD Children?

Why the media -- and society -- perpetuate the myth that mental health conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) aren't real and that overly competitive, or "bad" parents are to blame for the rise in diagnosing and medicating children.

Are Parents Overmedicating ADHD Children?

Tuesday, March 2, 2010

South Carolina to axe all services for autistic children?

South Carolina to axe all services for autistic children?

The state of South Carolina has proposed eliminating all services for with autism and other disorders. Most services to autistic adults will be eliminated as well. This will be devastating to families. These families need your help.

Monday, March 1, 2010

Vaccine Safety Concerns Parents

Many parents are concerned about the safety of vaccines and elect not to vaccinate their children from potentially fatal diseases, according to a new study completed by researchers at the University of Michigan and published online by Pediatrics, the official journal of the American Academy of Pediatrics, on March 1, 2010.

Vaccine Safety Concerns Parents

Who is Doping School kids?

It is increasingly—and horrifyingly—commonplace in California to treat children diagnosed with deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, with marijuana. California voters passed a law allowing doctors to recommend medical marijuana to their patients, including those under the age of 18. The law allows doctors to recommend marijuana “for any... illness for which marijuana provides relief.” Under that broad umbrella, doctors are pushing pot to treat all kinds of maladies, including ADHD. Truly, this is horrifying.

Who is Doping School kids?