Tag: mental health

Landmark Study Shows Psychedelics Far More Effective at Reducing Crime Than Police

By Justin Gardner In recent years the U.S. has seen a dramatic resurgence of research into the medical use of psychedelics, after the drug war put a decades-long halt on scientific advancement. Despite psilocybin, LSD and other hallucinogens still being labeled as “Schedule 1” drugs, researchers are discovering the astounding benefits of their medical application….

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Antidepressant Use Continues to Rise Sharply Especially Among Children

By Alex Pietrowski Mental health in America is in decline, and while there is no one-size-fits-all reason for this, doctors and psychiatrists do offer a one-size-fits-all solution: antidepressants. The number of people who have taken antidepressants has soared some 65% in just the last 15 years, and the numbers continue to rise. A new survey…

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Will Medical Magic Mushrooms Make it on the Ballot Next?

By Alex Pietrowski Oregon recently made international news for passing a state bill to decriminalize possession of some hard drugs like cocaine, meth and heroin, demonstrating a progressive option for an end to the disastrous war on drugs. The motivation for this is largely economic, as Oregon struggles with prison overcrowding; however, we do know…

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Google Will Help Diagnose Your Clinical Depression: It’s Wonderful

By Jon Rappoport In my work-in-progress, The Underground, here is what I wrote about Google: “They’re clever, I’ll give them that. They’re saying you can search them for any information in the world, but they’re really searching you.” Google has decided it’s not doing enough to lead us into a better world. So now it’s…

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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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