Truthseeker – December 1, 2013 An extensive skills study from the OECD [The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development] finds young Americans are ‘dead last’,…
Video exposé from Russia Today on psychiatric drugs and violence featuring filmmaker Michael Moore, psychiatrist Peter Breggin, US government whistleblower Allen Jones, ex-pharma sales rep Kathleen Slattery-Moschkau, investigative journalist Jeanne Lenzer and professor of psychology Irving Kirsch. Includes documentary film footage and information from CCHR International.
A “model” program that was part of a controversial plan to screen all US citizens for mental illness has announced that it is closing down.
On 15 November, TeenScreen, a program to detect depression in young people, announced on its website: “The National Center will be winding down its program at the end of this year.”
The man who exposed a drug maker’s fraudulent marketing of an antipsychotic drug that is still given to Texas’s foster care children has won the Taxpayers Against Fraud Education Fund’s Whistleblower of the Year Award.
Johnson & Johnson said on Thursday it will pay $158 million to settle a Texas lawsuit accusing the drugmaker of improperly marketing its Risperdal anti-psychotic drug to state residents on the Medicaid health program for the poor.
The settlement fully resolves all Risperdal-related claims in Texas, the company said. The agreement is specific to the state of Texas and does not involve other ongoing state or federal Risperdal litigation.