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Psychiatric Drugs Send 90,000 to Emergency Rooms Each Year

Source: PRWeb.com Mental Health Watchdog Cites Need for Consumers to Search Psychiatric Drug Database for Documented Risks There were an estimated 267,000 emergency room visits because of adverse drug events from psychiatric drugs such as overdose, excessive sleepiness and head injuries revealed from a two year study by the Journal of the American Medical Association […]

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FLOW OF WISDOM EXCLUSIVE: Inside the mind of Navy Seal Mikal Vega

Have you ever wondered what is it like mentally for a Navy Seal in the heat of battle? Have you ever thought about the mental effects a special force officer has to cope with after the battle? On June 22, 2014 I had an opportunity to interview a 22 year combat veteran, retired navy Seal […]

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FOWR: Dr. Toby Watson on the effects of psychiatric drugs

On June 1 during the second hour of Flow Of Wisdom Radio, my guest was Dr. Toby Watson. He was able to answer some questions about the effects of psychotropic drugs from the perspective of being a psychologist. One point brought up during our conversation is that most doctors are misinformed and not getting the […]

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FOWR Hour One: The effects of psychiatric drugs on U.S. soldiers

During the first hour on Flow Of Wisdom Radio, I was joined by The Power Hour radio host, Joyce Riley to discuss the effects of psychiatric drugs on U.S. soldiers. Joyce Riley is a Registered Nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. She served as a Captain in the United States Air Force and […]

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