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Thursday, September 15, 2011
by: M.K. Tyler

If you have ever seen a commercial for a pharmaceutical drug, you are probably familiar with the long list of dangerous side effects that are rattled off in the last five seconds of the advertisement, just after viewers are told how Drug “X” is going to save their lives, improve their memories or give them unlimited energy. What was that? Did he just say that pill might cause bleeding out of my eyes? Did he say I might kill myself on this drug! Continue reading “Online database lets you research the side effects of common psychiatric drugs!” »

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Research Shows Some Psychiatric Drugs Decrease Lifespan!
Published on September 4, 2011 By:
Paula J. Caplan, Ph.D. in Science Isn’t Golden

Those in emotional pain long for that pain to stop, but that longing makes them more susceptible to pitches for products that allegedly will help but can do great harm. People who have been labeled seriously mentally ill are dying 15 to 25 years earlier than normal Continue reading “Full Disclosure Needed About Psychiatric Drugs That Shorten Life!” »

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Is Your Doctor on Big Pharma’s Payroll?

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Read this and search the database to see if YOUR doctor is on the payroll of Big Pharma! Continue reading “Is Your Doctor on Big Pharma’s Payroll?” »

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What Is Pharmacomania

Pharmacomania as defined by Webster's dictionary: An uncontrollable desire to administer drugs. A morbid impulse to take drugs. A craze for using or trying drugs. A chronic fascination with medicines. A mania for medicines. Pharmacomania causes Psychopharmacomania

What Is Psychopharmacomania ™

Psychopharmacomania is a mental or emotional disorder caused by the ingestion of too much end-product of the psychopharmacological digestive tract. It results in varying degrees of intractable depression, permanent psychosis, and brain damage depending on which drug rep reaches your doctor first.

More About Psychopharmacomania ™

Drug reps frequent doctors’ offices, take them out to dinner, give them enticements to interest them in their products. They target non-psychiatrists, in hopes that every primary care physician will know exactly what to prescribe for their patients. They educate them with psychopharmacological babble.