Tag: prescription drugs

The Drugs May be the Problem – Inconvenient Truths About Big Pharma and the Psychiatric Industry

By Gary G. Kohls, MD, special guest to Natural Blaze “We are apt to shut our eyes against a painful truth… For my part, whatever anguish of spirit it might cost, I am willing to know the whole truth, to know the worst, and to provide for it.” — Patrick Henry (1775) “It would be…

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6-Year-Old Gets Locked Up in Mental Institution for Throwing Temper Tantrum

By AnonWatcher 6-year-old Nicolas found himself escorted from his elementary school by police after he threw a temper tantrum. For the next 3 days, he was tormented and left in solitary confinement. In Jacksonville, Florida, a 6-year-old boy, Nicolas, was locked away in a psychiatric hospital for throwing a temper tantrum at school. Once reported, police took…

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Groundbreaking Study Shows Prescription Painkillers Prolong Chronic Pain

By Anna Hunt A research team out of University of Colorado-Boulder (CU-Boulder) has found that prescription opioids may actually worsen chronic pain. The study also discovered that these drugs may in fact prolong the condition that they are supposed to help placate. This may explain why in the U.S., prescriptions of opioids, such as methadone,…

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The Top 10 Prescribed Pharmaceuticals of 2016 Are a Sign That Food is Killing Us

By Alex Pietrowski Our food supply is being compromised and bastardized by corporations who profit handsomely by feeding the American public ever-more processed, modified, and chemical-laden foods. As if this were some kind of revolving door conspiracy, when food makes us sick, we spend more money on healthcare, and a look at the most prescribed medications…

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Toddlers on Amphetamine: History of Big Pharma and the Major Players (Full Documentary)

By Era of Wisdom This is Era of Wisdom’s first full length documentary, “Toddlers on Amphetamine: History of Big Pharma and the Major Players.” It documents the full history of allopathic medicine, the hidden history of what we call “big pharma,” and how the world generally came to be the way it is today. It examines…

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1 In 6 Adults Now Takes Antidepressants Or Other Psych Drugs

By Melissa Dykes 15% of American Adults are on anti-depressants or other mind altering prescription drugs The number used to be one in ten, but according to new data, one out of every six adult Americans is taking anti-depressants or some other type of psychiatric drugs now. What that breaks down to is “Overall, 16.7 percent…

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Chronic Wound Patients Heal Faster Without Opioid Prescriptions, Accident Victims Too

By Heather Callaghan, Editor A recent George Washington Study looked at opioid treatment and the rate of healing in chronic wounds. It turns out that chronic wound patients who never receive opioids actually heal up faster than those who receive the drugs according to researcher Victoria Shanmugam, M.D. Chronic wounds are those that have failed to heal…

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Shkreli’s Infamous $750 Pill Recreated By High Schoolers For Just $2

By Whitney Webb A team of high school students have created an inexpensive version of the drug Daraprim, which Martin Shkreli made infamous by increasing its cost by over 5,000% Martin Shkreli quickly became one of the most hated men in the world almost overnight, when he used his position at Turing Pharmaceuticals to jack…

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Almost no children in France are medicated for ADHD: This is how they define & treat it

By Organic and Healthy The French do not recognize ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder) rejecting the idea that medicines that are usually prescribed for the condition are at all helpful. Another difference is that the French tend not to raise their children on the additive-laced food that parents in the U.S so, coincidence? These two…

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Not Diabetic? Take a Diabetes Drug Anyway!

By ANH-USA That’s what the medical establishment is scandalously recommending. There are billions of dollars to be made, even if the drugs are harmful even for actual diabetics. “Prediabetes” refers to a condition of abnormal but not pathological blood sugar levels. People with “prediabetes” are considered to be at risk to develop type 2 diabetes. One…

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