Tag: mental health

Are “Brain Drain” Cell Phones Making Us Dumber?

By Catherine J. Frompovich Are you aware the more you depend upon your cell phone, especially ‘smart’ phones, the dumber you are most likely to become? According to the April 2017 Journal of the Association for Consumer Research article “Brain Drain: The Mere Presence of One’s Smartphone Reduces Available Cognitive Capacity,” Results from two experiments…

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Why Are Suicide Rates For Many Rising in the USA?

By Catherine J. Frompovich In the United States, suicide is the tenth leading cause of death [1]! According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, 44,193 Americans die by suicide a year; whereas suicide costs the U.S. $51 Billion annually [1]. Below is a chart indicating “Suicide Rates by Age from 2000 to 2015.” Source:…

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New Studies Confirm The Effectiveness Of Ibogaine In Stopping Opioid Addiction

By Dylan Charles The opioid crisis in America has reached epidemic levels and overdose deaths continue to rise. While the destructive effects of heroin and pharmaceutical opioids ravage communities and destroy families, the federal government is considering harsh new mandatory sentences for opioid crimes, demonstrating a heart-breaking disconnect from reality when it comes to disrupting dependence on…

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Risperdal: The Long and Winding Trail of Crimes

By Jon Rappoport “Hi folks. Guess what? We have a drug to treat below-average IQ and disruptive behavior in children. The drug causes brain damage, but don’t worry, be happy.” PREFACE: Readers have noticed I’ve been redoubling my efforts lately to expose medical crimes. This circus of madmen needs exposing. Medical criminals are leeches on…

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SSRI Antidepressants Increase Risk of Intracranial Hemorrhage

By Jon Rappoport From healthline.com: “Intracranial hemorrhage (ICH) refers to acute bleeding inside your skull or brain. It’s a life-threatening emergency. You should go to the emergency room right away or call 911 if you think you or someone you know is experiencing ICH.” The public has learned about the increased risk of suicide and…

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80-Year Study Shows Happiness Is The Driving Force In Our Health

By Karen Foster How people describe both positive and negative events in their lives influences their perception of their own life. When scientists began tracking the health of 268 Harvard sophomores in 1938 during the Great Depression, they hoped the longitudinal study would reveal clues to leading healthy and happy lives. They got more than…

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Feeling Blue? Grab Your Friends and Have Fun, Say Researchers

By April McCarthy Those suffering from feeling unhappy and experiencing elevated depressive symptoms–respond to positive experiences with a marked reduction in their depressive mood according to a recent study in the Journal of Clinical Psychology. They found that experiencing or even just anticipating uplifting events in daily life was related to feeling less depressed that…

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