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Wednesday, August 2, 2017

BOYS, YOUNG MEN REPORT RISPERDAL BREAST GROWTH FROM POPULAR PSYCHIATRIC DRUG

Thousands of boys and young men across the country have been plagued with a devastating side effect from a drug that has caused them to develop breasts like those of a female.

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Friday, July 14, 2017

Keith Conners, Psychologist Who Set Standard for Diagnosing A.D.H.D., Dies at 84


Keith Conners, whose work with hyperactive children established the first standards for diagnosing and treating what is now known as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, or A.D.H.D. — and who late in life expressed misgivings about how loosely applied that label had become — died on July 5 in Durham, N.C. He was 84.

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Thursday, June 15, 2017

Psychiatric Labelling and Drugging of Australian Children

Australia is experiencing a tidal wave of psychiatric drugging. In a population of just over 24 million, more than 35 million prescriptions are written for psychiatric drugs every year, with $8 billion spent annually on mental health. Of great concern is the growing numbers of children and teenagers on antidepressants when no antidepressant is approved for use in children under the age of 18 for depression. Considering the huge increases in psychiatric drug consumption over the last twenty years – drugs we are told are nothing short of miraculous – why aren’t we doing better? This compelling documentary details the real story of what lies behind the ever-increasing psychiatric funding and drugging of our children and society. Watch Psychiatry: Friend or Foe? The Untold Story of Australian Psychiatry. It is vital information everyone needs to know.

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Lawmakers debated a bill April 24 that would authorize teachers to restrain violent students and remove unruly students from the classroom without facing legal action.

Lawmakers debated a bill April 24 that would authorize teachers to restrain violent students and remove unruly students from the classroom without facing legal action.

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