You May be Safer Taking a Nap in Front of an Oncoming Train than at your Doctor’s Office or Hospital

A new public health crisis: Preventable harm in healthcare Preventable harm in healthcare is now a public health crisis and requires a nationwide, coordinated response, said a leading patient safety organization. Indeed, studies point to medical errors as a leading cause of death in the United States, and the National Patient Safety Foundation Monday issued …

Opiates & Benzos

Opiates are the MOST abused drug in the US today. In some people, addiction will begin in just 3 days or less. Most will be addicted within 4-6 weeks. After that, they will need detox to get them out of their addiction. The 6 week point is the point where doctors will escalate the addiction …

SUBOXONE: THE GOOD, THE BAD & THE UGLY!

Suboxone is a popular, prescription-only drug that effectively suppresses opioid cravings and reduces the symptoms of opioid withdrawal. Although Suboxone has assisted thousands of individuals struggling with opioid addiction, the drug is not without its risks. While critics express concerns over the long-term risks of Suboxone, namely dependency, there is also a more immediate risk …

STUDY: Antidepressants Linked to Higher Rates of Suicide and Self-Harm

Evidence continues to pile up about the serious risks of taking antidepressants, and a new study provides additional proof that these risks extend beyond the popular SSRI class of drugs. A study out of the University of Nottingham links some popular antidepressants to a higher rate of suicide and self-harm among people suffering from depression …

Dereck Merrill survives drug overdose, vegetative state

https://youtu.be/N4Ynpzpmy8s Dereck Merrill was severely injured by a drug overdose. Some doctors suggested it was time to pull the plug, but his family saw something. Kim Muncy’s 25-year-old son lay on an emergency room table, unresponsive and unconscious. A drug addict who had overdosed on opiates and benzodiazepines, Dereck Merrill was not likely to make …

American Psychiatrist leon Eisenber, the “Scientific Father of ADHD” Admitted on his Death Bed that “ADHD is a Fictitious Disease”.

Psychiatry’s Darkest Aspects In The Big PharMonopoly A question: Why has there been such a dramatic rise in mental disease and invariably increased prescribed psychiatric drug use in recent years? Could it simply be because more people are getting mentally disabled? Or could it be due to a number of other dark and sinister aspects …