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Dr. John Reizer: Gambling With Your Life

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By Dr. John Reizer

American healthcare consumers are gambling with their lives each and every day. By taking various prescription and non prescription medications, that have deadly side effects attached to them, human Guinea pigs regularly roll the dice when they swallow, inject, and inhale suppressive pharmaceutical products that block the regular expressions of physiology in their bodies.

Here’s the wager most people are willing to make: I’ll bet my future health and well-being will not be irreparably damaged from the drugs I decide to take. The payoff; I will hopefully receive some sort of temporary change in the symptoms I am experiencing, or a lab value will move in a direction that’s been touted by experts as being a good one.

How crazy and delusional are people when they place their faith and trust in toxic products that have been manufactured by for profit drug companies? The short answer, pretty damn crazy and delusional. More

Drugs and Guns Don’t Mix: Medication Madness, Military Madness and Mass Shootings

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Duty to Warn

By Gary G. Kohls, MD – 10-02-2017

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Psychiatrist Peter Breggin’s Medication Madness is a fascinating, frightening and dramatic look at the role that psychiatric medications have played in 50 case histories of suicide, murder (including mass shooters), and other violent, criminal and bizarre behaviors…Psychiatric drugs frequently cause individuals to lose their judgment and their ability to control their emotions and actions…Many categories of psychiatric drugs can cause potentially horrendous reactions. Prozac, Paxil, Zoloft, Adderall, Ritalin, Concerta, Xanax, lithium, Zyprexa and other psychiatric medications may spellbind patients into believing they are improved when too often they are becoming worse. Psychiatric drugs drive some people into psychosis, mania, depression, suicide, agitation, compulsive violence and loss of self-control without the individuals realizing that their medications have deformed their way of thinking and feeling…the FDA, the medical establishment and the pharmaceutical industry have oversold the value (and undersold the dangers) of psychiatric drugs.” – From the liner notes to Peter Breggin’s Medication Madness: A Psychiatrist Exposes the Dangers of Mood-altering Medications

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Last Sunday, October 1, 2017, the US achieved a new record in the Guiness Book of Records for Mass Murders (a fictitious book) when a mass murderer in Las Vegas, Nevada, ambushed a crowd 20,000 innocent country music festival attendees in the street 32 stories below his hotel room. The shooter owned, quite irrationally, some two dozen military-grade weapons, including many semi-automatic rifles with large capacity magazines (plus thousands of rounds of ammunition). More

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