Antidepressants, Antipsychotics, and Stimulants: Dangerous Drugs on Trial

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This book exposes a major marketing scheme currently under way, and unfortunately our children are the primary targets! It is the new federally mandated TeenScreen program, which is nothing more than a deceptive marketing scheme to place as many children as possible on one (ore more) highly profitable, although unbelievably dangerous drugs. Unfortunately, it has been working! This mandatory mental screening process was deliberately designed to assure that many "perfectly normal children" would now qualify for one...
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Overview

This book exposes a major marketing scheme currently under way, and unfortunately our children are the primary targets! It is the new federally mandated TeenScreen program, which is nothing more than a deceptive marketing scheme to place as many children as possible on one (ore more) highly profitable, although unbelievably dangerous drugs. Unfortunately, it has been working! This mandatory mental screening process was deliberately designed to assure that many "perfectly normal children" would now qualify for one or more of these "very profitable" drugs. And it's making its way across America through public schools!

It all began with the 374 "different newly created mental conditions" in order to justify placing our children, (including preschoolers), on one or more of the dangerous mind-altering drugs that, although legal, can still be lethal! Only one of the sixteen drugs being promoted for children's use was actually tested on, or approved by the FDA for children's use!

With approximately 575 potential side effects associated with ProzacT that were listed with the FDA, and over 20,000 law suits settled by the maker Eli Lilly, to date, the question is: Why is Eli Lilly still being allowed to promote ProzacT for even pregnant mothers, and very young children? Their tremendous influence with the FDA has to be obvious, and unfortunately places millions of children at extreme risk as a result. That will soon become obvious, once you learn the damning evidence I uncovered, regarding the many "serious risks" associated with ProzacT.

The same also applies to the stimulant drug RitalinT, as there are also newer versions of that same basic drug as well. And we now have an additional class of drugs known as atypical antipsychotics, which are being aggressively promoted as well. It has become an extremely profitable business, and has absolutely nothing to do with mental health, but instead actually threatening our mental health.

You will discover that these drugs not only pose a "serious threat" to both you, and your children, but in some cases, the developing fetus as well! Possibly the very best news is, you basically don't need them, and there are "much better" drug-free solutions, proven more effective!

Not only is the mind-altering potential of these drugs a serious concern, but you will learn why (in only four years' time) twice as many children were placed on diabetes medication, and why so many children are now acquiring cancer. Not only that, but these drugs damage children's brains, lowering their I.Q.s, and increasing their risk for acquiring dementia and Alzheimer's disease at an early age as well. And you will find that I always provide adequate scientific proof to substantiate my claims.

Then as usual, I never identify a problem without, in turn, providing a solution. You will likely be quite amazed at how many different options are available for you to choose from, and how simple and inexpensive they can be. Absolutely no one needs these dangerous mind-altering drugs that contribute to major disease, while reducing mental capacity!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780977270323
  • Publisher: Soaring Heights Publishing
  • Publication date: 6/28/2007
  • Series: The Soaring Heights Ser.
  • Pages: 356
  • Product dimensions: 8.25 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.74 (d)

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