Thirty-one US states have implemented some kind of “prior authorization” policies to try to rein in the unnecessary prescribing of antipsychotic medications to children, according to a research letter in… 368 more words
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Psychiatry Through the Lens of Institutional Corruption
Featured Blogs May 7, 2015
When you write a book, you usually do so in response to a prompt of some type, and in the process of researching and writing the book, you will come to see your subject in a new way. 2,105 more words
Just finished reading Anatomy of an Epidemic today. and reading Mad in America about a week ago.
The books expanded upon what I already knew and suspected, namely, that psych meds do not correct an imbalance in brain chemicals, they create imbalances and that they are brain damaging. 853 more words
Book Review: Tales From The Madhouse, by Gary Sidley
Featured Blogs May 5, 2015
Earlier this year the British publisher PCCS Books published… 826 more words
“Psychoactive drugs are more dangerous than alcohol, cigarettes or smoking dope.” — Peter Breggin, MD
Before reading this article (and watching the three YouTube videos recommended below) by psychiatrist Dr Peter Breggin, first watch this 9 minute video: . 547 more words
I am currently reading Robert Whitaker’s book, “Mad in America”. I had seen exposes and documentaries on the history of psychiatry and “brain doctoring”, but this book lays out in a chronological fashion, just how power hungry and greedy psychiatry has been and still is. 781 more words
Note: This event took place in June of 2012 in Berlin, VT at the Central Vermont Medical Center.
Yesterday I decided I would go to the store where I had purchased goods and services that had turned out to be toxic to me in order to offer feedback about the store’s business practices. 864 more words