Drugging our Children w/ Psychiatry’s Antipsychotic Drugs

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Drugging our Children w/ Psychiatry’s Antipsychotic Drugs

Dr. John Breeding has a Ph.D. is psychology. He comments about the recent PBS Frontline Documentary, The Medicated Child. 6 million U.S. Children are taking psychiatric drugs for ADHD, Bipolar and other mental disorders. Good psychiatry, experimentation or kid drugging for profit? Do these medications promote good mental health or do they create a population of people on disability?

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