How many ways can you find to say something doesn’t work?

Despite a list of adverse drug reactions that continues to expand, antidepressants are still on the market Science Daily recently covered the conclusions of a researcher from Canada regarding antidepressants. Evolutionary psychologist Paul Andrews from McMaster University in Ontario concluded that patients who use antidepressants are much more likely to suffer relapses of major depression […]


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A serious conflict of interest

Psychiatrist received research funding from a tranquilliser manufucturer while advising the Government on tranquilliser addiction The headline in the Independent says Professor who wrote Coalition health policy was paid by drugs firm. Professor John Strang, head of the National Addiction Centre at King’s College London, and author of a government report on the prescription of […]


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Faking it, or to be psychiatrically correct, ‘conscious manipulation’

The story surrounding honeymoon murder suspect Shrien Dewani rumbles on.  According to the Daily Express, psychiatrist Michael Kopelman thinks Dewani may be faking ill-health or, to be psychiatrically correct, exercising ‘conscious manipulation’ to avoid going to trial. Dewani was excused attendance at a recent hearing in London after it was claimed he was ‘unfit to […]


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Junk science responsible for mounting costs of child drugging

Bad behaviour has never been a mental illness but it’s worth £ millions to the psychiatric industry to keep up the falsehood, says watchdog The psychiatric industry has come under fire for being a profit-driven enterprise, responsible for dumbing down and chemically controlling children with dangerous chemicals at massive expense to the taxpayer rather than […]


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Exhibition and hundreds of protesters target psychiatry as ‘junk science’

International human rights group protest as public distrust of psychiatry mounts BRIGHTON: Hundreds of protesters opposing the junk science and dangerous drugs that make up psychiatry marched through Brighton last week. The protest coincided with the opening of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ Annual Conference at the Metropole Hotel on Kings Road. The march started […]


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