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Prescription Psychotropic Drugs Cause Brain Injury

By Charles Gant and Greg Lewis American Thinker February 25, 2014 Psychotropic drugs have been used for the purpose of suppressing fear and enabling murderous rage for a long time. In Dispatches, his extraordinary book about the war in Vietnam, Michael Herr passes this along about the use of drugs by American soldiers: Going out at night the medics gave you pills. . . . I knew one 4th ...Read full article...

Psychiatric Drugs, Cyberspace and “Digital Indoctrination”

Greg Guma Global Research 11 November 2013 Brain-altering drugs and digital “indoctrination” pose a potential threat not only to the stability of many individuals but of society itself. At least 10 percent of all Americans over six-years-old are on antidepressants. That’s more than 35 million people, double the number from less than two decades ago. Anti-psychotics have meanwhile eclipsed cholesterol treatments as the country’s fastest selling and most profitable ...Read full article...

America’s Fast Food Healthcare Coverage

October 1 began a new era of healthcare market rules. On the one hand, insurers no longer can refuse consumers for preconditions. On the other, lots of rude awakenings await. They include bare bones plans. New health insurance exchanges (HIX) are state, federal, or jointly-provided options. They’re marketplaces for consumers to compare and choose plans. They determine who’s eligible for federal subsidies. They offer a confusing array of plans. ...Read full article...

Would you like a micro chip with your prescription?

By AMY MAXMEN | NATURE | AUGUST 2, 2012 Digestible microchips embedded in drugs may soon tell doctors whether a patient is taking their medications as prescribed.  These sensors are the first ingestible devices approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). To some, they signify the beginning of an era in digital medicine. “About half of all people don’t take medications like they’re supposed to,” says Eric Topol, ...Read full article...

Codex Alimentarius: An Introduction to Soft Kill Eugenics

By DAISY LUTHER | INALIENABLE YOURS | MAY 2, 2012 The world as we once knew it is gone. The rosy cheeked children, bursting with energy, that once climbed trees and got up to mischief, are extinct. The people are still here, but they are pale, lethargic and slowly dying. Every bite of food provided to these people is the product of a laboratory – the genetically modified spawn of ...Read full article...

Scientific Evidence shows Dangers and Ineffectiveness of Ritalin

By L. Alan Sroufe NYTimes.com January 31, 2012 Three million children in this country take drugs for problems in focusing. Toward the end of last year, many of their parents were deeply alarmed because there was a shortage of drugs like Ritalin and Adderall that they considered absolutely essential to their children’s functioning. But are these drugs really helping children? Should we really keep expanding the number of prescriptions filled? In 30 years ...Read full article...

In 27 Years 3 Million Die from Prescription Drug Use

by Anthony Gucciardi Activist Post October 5, 2011 Over the past 27 years — the complete time frame that the data has been available —  there have been 0 deaths as a result of vitamins and over 3 million deaths related to prescription drug use. In fact, going back 54 years there have only been 11 claims of vitamin-related death, all of which provided no substantial evidence to link ...Read full article...

U.S. to Ban Epinephrine Inhalers to Sell more Prescription Drugs

by Mark Hemingway Weekly Standard September 23, 2011 Remember how Obama recently waived new ozone regulations at the EPA because they were too costly? Well, it seems that the Obama administration is would rather make people with Asthma cough up money than let them make a surely inconsequential contribution to depleting the ozone layer: Asthma patients who rely on over-the-counter inhalers will need to switch to prescription-only alternatives as ...Read full article...