My latest withdrawal symptom

Numb frontal lobe. Okay, well, that's what it feels like. It's not my skull that feels numb, but my brain!! Granted it's most assuredly just a sensation as the brain reportedly does not feel anything. I made my last Klonopin cut four days ago and it's the first time the Klonopin has struck me with... Continue Reading →

“Powerful antipsychotic medicines are being used far too cavalierly in children”

So begins the first sentence in this NYTs article. Powerful antipsychotic medicines are being used far too cavalierly in children, and federal drug regulators must do more to warn doctors of their substantial risks, a panel of federal drug experts said Tuesday. More than 389,000 children and teenagers were treated last year with Risperdal, one... Continue Reading →

An apology is in order–update–read final comment

There has been a misunderstanding...I will write more tired the last comment, thanks. I promoted in good faith a free web class, A Natural Approach to Treating Depression, being offered by Dr. James Gordon. His assistant Troy Centazzo, left a comment under the post in which I promoted the class saying: Thanks so... Continue Reading →

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