Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Number of Kids on Rx Drugs Tripled and Its Implications

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Catherine J. Frompovich
Activist Post

According to Consumer Reports, “The number of children taking powerful antipsychotic drugs has nearly tripled over the last 10 to 15 years, according to recent research.”

Whooaah! Has anyone done a retrospective study to find if there’s a correlation between antipsychotic drug taking and the increase in violent crimes by members of society younger than 20 years of age?

According to Monica G. Young at,
In the pre-medication era, it was known that with time, people usually recovered from depression. If kids had tantrums, were unruly or shy, they were apt to outgrow it. Today, individuals branded with disorders are likely to receive long-lasting diagnoses, endless prescriptions and the poorer ones tend to remain on disability for life. [1]
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Furthermore, how about factoring in this from Consumer Reports,