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Pharmaceutical companies have recently paid out the largest legal settlements in U.S. history for illegally marketing antipsychotic drugs. But the worst costs of the drugs are being borne by the most vulnerable patients: children and teens in psychiatric hospitals, foster care and juvenile prisons, as well as elderly people in nursing homes . . . Article Time Magazine
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Male and female sexual dysfunction are problems that affect quality of life for many adults. Quite often, sexual dysfunction is related to medical health conditions, and it can be caused by mental, emotional, or relational issues. Many suffer with these conditions and do not realize help is available. Host Dr. Sanford Katz is joined by our own Dr. Kelly Tyner along with a distinguished panel of medical professionals. Originally aired Thursday, February 12. Red River Radio is not affiliated with the Red River Institute.
"Making A Killing-The Untold Story
of Psychotropic Drugging"
Is the "chemical imbalance" hypothesis a myth? This docmentary not only exposes the unethical and illegal marketing practices of the pharmaceutical industry, but also reveals how the psychiatric community has sold out to drug companies for profit and prestige. A must-see for all mental health professionals!
While some day we may accumulate the knowledge to demonstrate the particulars of the "chemical hypothesis,"no chemical imbalance has been unequivocally demonstrated for any mental disorder. We are offered interesting conjectures, educated guesses that are forever shifting as the latest data are accumulated . . .
Article Psychiatric Times