Sexual Assault by Psychiatrist: Yale Medical School Failed to Act for 25-Years

Sexual abuse of patients by psychiatrists is hardly rare. In 2016, Health Research Group of Public Citizen examined the literature and analyzed the National Practitioner Data Bank for Sexual Misconduct, 2003-2013. They reported that the literature shows that “psychiatrists typically account for . . . Continue reading →

Measles Outbreak Helped Boost Merck’s U.S. Vaccine Sales in 2019

Merck Press Release (July 30, 2019) Announces Second-Quarter 2019 Financial Results Vaccines Merck announced the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted to recommend Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination with GARDASIL 9 (Human Papillomavirus 9-valent . . . Continue reading →

Donald Klein, Who Expanded Psychiatry’s Chemical Toolbox, is Dead

Donald Klein, MD, one of the pillars of biological psychiatry who was instrumental in medicalizing the ebbs and flows of human moods, and of fostering psychiatry’s reliance on psychiatric drugs, is dead. The obituary in the New York Times notes that: “Klein’s . . . Continue reading →

UCSD Researchers Disregard Human Subject Protections

Millions of people around the world participate in research trials each year, whether for personal, financial or humanitarian reasons. They submit their DNA, organs, body chemistry or personal history to studies that aim to better society. A substantive investigative news report by . . . Continue reading →

More than 1,000 Families & Children Rally in Albany Imploring Judge to Lift School Ban

More than a thousand parents and children dressed in white for solidarity appealed to a judge to lift the ban against children whose parents exercised the right to religious exemption from some mandated childhood vaccines. New York State had signed off banning . . . Continue reading →

The WHO-AEFI Vaccine Adverse Events Classification: an Apartheid Tool?

The promotion for the utilization of vaccines and the inadequate surveillance systems in poor, Third World countries is largely controlled by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation through the mantle of the World Health Organization (WHO) which administers public health programs in . . . Continue reading →

Scientific Evidence Confirms Music Helps Preterm Infants Brains

SWI, the Swiss Information channel, reported that there is scientific evidence that music helps nurture brain development in premature infants. Swiss neuroscientists reported documenting positive effects of specially composed and performed music on developing neural networks of premature babies. The musical selection . . . Continue reading →

Maine’s first case of measles in 2 years is a fully Vaccinated Child

On Monday, Health officials in Maine, confirmed a single measles case in a school-aged child in Somerset County. Officials said others may have been exposed at schools in Madison and the hospital in Skowhegan.  See PressHerald Contrary to the media hysteria about . . . Continue reading →