CCHR Int Newsletter — June 2016


candy-flavored-adhd-drugs-newsletterCCHR continues to expose the lengths to which the psycho-pharmaceutical industry will go to target children as “mental patients” – sinking to new depths with the lure of candy-coated ADHD drugs and imaginary ADHD superheroes….

medikidz-newsletterBut, despite their marketing campaigns and cartoon superheroes (shown right), there’s no candy coating the fact that the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration categorizes ADHD drugs in the same highly addictive class of drugs as cocaine, opium and morphine, or that ADHD drugs carry more than 44 international drug regulatory warnings citing side effects of mania, psychosis, hallucinations, drug dependence and even death.

In addition to exposing this abhorrent new ploy to hook kids on drugs, CCHR began offering parents a free download of their booklet, Psychiatric Drugs & Your Child’s Future. This easy-to-read, fully illustrated, 18-page guidebook (shown below) is the perfect booklet to give parents so that they can make educated, informed choices.

psych-drugs-your-childs-future-newsletterThank you for your support, if you haven’t already, please make a donation and help CCHR place advertisements letting parents know they can get this information for free: click here to donate.

If you have any questions or would like to make your donation over the phone you may call CCHR at (800) 869-2247.

Antidepressants Cause Abnormalities in Newborns’ Developing Brains

antidepressants-newbornsCCHR continues to expose the dangers of psychiatric drugs through its most recent online press release. The article exposes how antidepressants change the electrical brain activity of newborns exposed during pregnancy to Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SRIs). The article reads:

“The fact that antidepressants can cause brain abnormalities in newborns is in addition to the 18 drug regulatory warnings on antidepressants causing birth defects, including heart and lung malfunctions, pulmonary hypertension, preterm births, respiratory difficulties, seizures, feeding problems, vomiting, low blood sugar, floppiness, stiffness and shaking.”

CCHR has been spreading the word about the dangers of psychiatric drugs for decades through its public awareness campaigns.

Additionally, CCHR created a one-of-a-kind psychiatric drug side effects search engine. Anyone can simply type in the name of a psychiatric drug and all studies, warnings and reported side effects will be listed!

Click here to visit our one-of-a-kind search engine.