What’s the Harm in Taking an Antidepressant? — Wake Up World – October 31, 2018

October 31st, 2018 By Kelly Brogan, M.D. Guest writer for Wake Up World We know that all drugs have side effects. That’s just part of the deal right? But is it really possible that an antidepressant can cause a sane person to act like a cold-blooded criminal? I imagined my audience would be wondering as much as…..Read more

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The Violence-Inducing Effects of Psychiatric Medication — Wake Up World – August 24th, 2018

August 24th, 2018 By Kelly Brogan, M.D. Guest writer for Wake Up World Psychiatric medications have some dangerous, often-overlooked side effects, which could include suicide and homicide. Last year we learned that Chris Cornell of Soundgarden had reportedly committed suicide by hanging. His family reported knowing a different Chris than one who would make this fatal decision, and suspected….Read more

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New Study Finds Antidepressants to be “Largely Ineffective and Potentially Dangerous” — March 18, 2018

Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer Waking Times The first two pharmaceutical antidepressants were clinically introduced in the 1950’s, and the conditions they were supposed to treat would have at that time been found in about 50 to 100 persons per million. Today, some 13% of Americans now take antidepressants daily, even though we don’t yet understand the….Read more

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Ben Swann: Koppling mellan masskjutningar och psykofarmaka/Link between mass shootings and psychiatric drugs (Video med/with Ben Swann) — 16 Mars,2017

Det finns kopplingar mellan psykofarmaka tex antidepressiva läkemedel (SSRI) och masskjutningar i USA. Inlägget Ben Swann: Koppling mellan masskjutningar och psykofarmaka dök först upp på NewsVoice…Läs mera & video(Ben Swann)

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Magnesium: The Safe First Line of Defense for Clinical Depression — January 3, 2018

This article was written by Ali Le Vere for Greenmedinfo.com. It’s republished here with their permission. For more information from Greenmedinfo, you can sign up for the newsletter here. The science supporting the efficacy of magnesium for major depression and other psychiatric disorders, testing for magnesium deficiency, and which forms and dosages are most effective. Depression, a life-threatening psychiatric disorder,…Read more

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