Signs and Symptoms of Drug Use

There is an exceptional article over at the Narconon site that discusses the things you need to watch for. Here is an excerpt of that article: There are many signs, both physical and behavioral, that indicate drug use. Each drug has its own unique manifestations, but there are some general indications that a person is […] Read more »

Scientific Community Finally Admits: No Medical Tests Exist for Mental Disorders

In an article written by Kelly Patricia O’Meara at The Citizen’s Commission for Human Rights website: Call it an awakening. Slowly, ever so slowly, the scientific community finally is acknowledging what the Citizens Commission on Human Rights (CCHR), a mental health watchdog, has been exposing since 1969—that psychiatric disorders are not verifiable medical conditions, that […] Read more »

The Power of A Booklet: “The Way to Happiness”

Here is an excerpt from the Association for Better Living and Education website: ISAAC ASBERRY and THE WAY TO HAPPINESS: Isaac and the Teen Intervention Program work with teens who are either on drugs, in gangs or have a problem in school. Isaac Asberry is from the city of Compton, born and raised. He worked […] Read more »

How Much Do Pharmaceutical Companies Pay Doctors To Shill for Them?

$760,000,000 — Seven hundred and sixty million dollars paid out in just the last two years by pharmaceutical companies to doctors. Now, you'll notice in the video this is in "disclosed payments." Hmm. Could there be other payments that are, let's say "not so disclosed"?   Three quarters of a billion dollars in just two […] Read more »

US speaker tells Vatican: “Drug Company Greed Puts Kids at Risk”

Here is a reprint from The Catholic Review Online: By Rita Fitch Catholic News Service  VATICAN CITY – The Catholic Church may be the only organization that can counter the corporate greed fueling the over-prescribing of harmful psychiatric drugs to children and young people, said Dr. Barry Duncan, a clinical psychologist and director of the Heart […] Read more »