Antidepressant Review Shows Big Pharma Covers Up Links to Suicide

The largest review to date of the effect of antidepressant drugs on children and teens uncovered shocking cover-ups and lies by Big Pharma.


Reanalysis: Antidepressant Drug Paxil Makes Teens Suicidal

Contrary to what a 2001 study found, Paxil is not safe and effective for teens. In fact, it may be making them suicidal.


These Common Pharmaceutical Meds Destroy Your Brain

Research found that common pharmaceuticals taken for things like insomnia, allergies, or incontinence, cause long-term damage to the brain. Here they are.


The Crimes of Putting Toddlers and Infants on Psychotropics

The epidemic of giving children toxic psychiatric pharmaceuticals has dipped even lower, as children under one year of age are being medicated.


Fraud: Drug Companies Selectively Publish Studies to Push Anti-Depressants

In a telling study, it was reported that drug companies selectively published the true results of the effectiveness of anti-depressants – all for money.


Top 10 Legal Drugs Linked to Violence

Many of the drugs handed out to troubled individuals have troubled histories in Food and Drug Administration testing themselves, and come with a list of side effects including hostility, aggression, confusional states, and impulse-control disorders. This list of drugs shows which are most linked to violent behavior.


Drug Deaths Now Outnumber Traffic Fatalities in US

In 2009, drugs exceeded the amount of traffic-related deaths, killing at least 37,485 people nationwide. According to information provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the very pharmaceuticals that are prescribed to treat life-endangering conditions are now ending lives.


Report: Half of All Americans to be Diagnosed with Mental Health Problems

According to a new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report, half of all Americans will be diagnosed with a mental illness during their lifetime. Published on Sept. 2 in the CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, the report highlights the diagnosis crisis that is currently ongoing in the United States and elsewhere.