Explore dopamine’s effect upon learning from a genetic perspective with Dr. Richard Palmiter, University of Washington Department of Biochemistry professor and investigator at Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Dr. David Healy, Professor of Psychaitry at Bangor University, U.K., Dr. Peter Breggin, and Dr. Irving Kirsh, Harvard University Medical Researcher are interviewed concerning Anti-Depressant Violence connected to mass shootings at Columbine, Virginia Tech, Colorado, and Tucson.
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Stop the Psychological Drugging of Children by Dr. Peter Breggin Rational Principles of Psycho-Pharmacology PDF 2016 Click Here for Dr. Peter Breggin’s Website
Time to Call a Halt to Psychiatrically Diagnosing and Drugging Children The latest scientific literature indicates that boys averaging age 7-9 given a diagnosis of mild hyperactivity in the 1970s and treated with Ritalin (methylphenidate) have, as a group, come to a tragic outcome. Compared to a control group of normal children from the same time period, they have much higher rates of early death, atrophy of the […]
U.S. Department of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration METHYLPHENIDATE (A Background Paper) October 1995 Drug and Chemical Evaluation Section Office of Diversion Control Summary Methylphenidate is a Schedule II stimulant which is structurally and pharmacologically similar to the amphetamines. It is indicated for the treatment of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorders (ADHD) and narcolepsy. Approximately 85 to 90 percent of all prescriptions for methylphenidate are written for young children and […]
Interview with Kevin Miller, producer of the Film, Generation RX Click here for Anti-Depressant-Violence expose with Dr. David Healy, Professor of Psychaitry at Bangor University, U.K., Dr. Peter Breggin, and Dr. Irving Kirsh, Harvard University Medical Researcher. Anti-Depressant Violence is connected to mass shootings at Columbine, Virginia Tech, Colorado, and Tucson, a most startling revelation.
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks gives a most incisive psychological analysis of the mind of the Terrorist, in every generation. Understanding a phenomenon is the first step to being able to effectively deal with it. GP: This lecture is based on Rabbi Sacks’ new book, Not in God’s Name. It is an important book and should be studied. Rabbi Sacks, shlit’a, is probably one of the most eloquent spokesmen […]
Sad About Cecil? These African Animals Are Slaughtered by the Thousands By Margot Kiser, www.thedailybeast.com JUBA, South Sudan — A hopeful myth persists in this region that “wildlife refugees”—fauna in flight from war-ravaged habitats—will return one day when the conflict is over. Would that it were so. But in South Sudan, no end of the conflict appears in sight, and amid vast human suffering, nature is being […]
Ross Greene on Challenging Children