FDA Alert On Violence and Suicide-Inducing Stimulants
June 28, 2005: The Food and Drug Administration says that “ADHD” stimulants cause visual hallucinations,
aggression, violent and suicidal behavior.
(PRWEB) July 3, 2005 -- Since the 1980s, Citizens Commission on Human Rights has exposed the dangers of stimulants such
as Ritalin prescribed for the psychiatric invention, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). For years psychiatry
has promoted the notion of a “chemical imbalance” to prescribe psychiatric drugs to over eight million schoolchildren
- a $1 billion dollar a year industry - despite the fact that no medical or scientific test has ever validated psychiatry’s
theories about chemical imbalances. Medical experts say there is no evidence that ADHD exists as a physical, neurobiological
disease and that prescribing cocaine-like stimulants for something that cannot be physically diagnosed is child abuse.
June 28, 2005, The FDA finally ordered labeling changes to methylphenidate [Ritalin] products, including Concerta to warn
that these drugs can cause “psychiatric events.” These are described as “visual hallucinations, suicidal
ideation, psychotic behavior, as well as aggression or violent behavior.” Click HERE to read the article.
Wiseman, president of CCHR in the U.S., says, “Parents have been denied information on these dangerous suicide and violence-inducing
drug side effects for years, unwittingly placing their children at risk. The public awareness raised in the media recently
about these and other psychiatric drugs and Congressional Hearings into why such information has been withheld, may finally
mean that parents will be able to make truly informed decisions about protecting their children's health, instead of being
further victimized by psychiatry's smoke-and-mirrors history of fraud and deceit."
Contact: Marla Filidei