The largest review to date of the effect of antidepressant drugs on children and teens uncovered shocking cover-ups and lies by Big Pharma.
The FDA recently approved a new drug to manage low libido in women. But did you know there is a better, less expensive solution to boost sex drive and more?
Mainstream discussions on mental illness in Australia focus on pharmaceutical drugs while ignoring or even mocking natural alternatives. Watch this video.
A leading professor of psychiatry is warning that the marketing of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) drugs for depression is based on a myth.
Elliot Roger, the 22-year-old blamed for a shooting spree in Isla Vista, CA, was on the anti-depressant Xanax. But he certainly didn’t start this trend.
Mothers who take antidepressants while pregnant are more likely to have children later diagnosed with autism, according to new research.
There are 150+ commonly prescribed medications causing chronic fatigue syndrome. Here are some medications that may be causing you to feel endlessly tired.
Antidepressants are having untold effects on unborn children, and subsequently their mothers. Worst of all, Big Pharma is aware of it and looks away.
There have been countless studies to date that demonstrate the serious risks of women taking antidepressants during pregnancy. Here’s the scoop.
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.
Research has found a suspicious link between the use of anti-depressant medication and some very unpleasant side effects including headaches, stomach aches, nervousness, increased risk of miscarriage, autism and suicidal thoughts. But that’s not all. This time, researchers found that women who take a selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitor (SSRI) antidepressant are at a higher risk of developing breast cancer.
A recent study shows those antidepressants may not be able to provide as many benefits as one would think, particularly when used in conjunction with over-the-counter pain medicine.