The Minneapolis News covers Ray Sandford’s situation

A very long article with some background. Here are a couple of excerpts: "When you induce a grand mal convulsion by sending 100-plus volts of electricity in the brain, you're going to create damage," says Dr. John Breeding, an Austin, Texas-based psychologist and self-described ECT abolitionist. "This is most easily seen with memory loss that... Continue Reading →

AstraZeneca Planned Off-Label Drug Sales in 2000

Actively promoting off-label use is illegal and AstraZeneca has been caught. This has been all over the place in my news feeds, on numerous blogs and several of my email lists and the case goes back a while too, so I don't even remember where I saw it first so no one is getting a... Continue Reading →

U.S. military: Heavily armed and medicated

The soldier profiled at the beginning of this piece is on the same med I'm currently withdrawing from in agony. It's taken over 6 months to get where I am and now I'm in a detox center to finish the process it became so agonizing. This guy cold-turkeyed in a war zone with a gun... Continue Reading →

Quote of the day

The period of greatest gain in knowledge and experience is the most difficult period in one’s life. Through a difficult period you can learn; you can develop inner strength, determination, and courage to face the problems. --The Dalai Lama

Keener’s story

For the whole collected story go here. Keener is now a long-time blogging "friend." We actually "met" way back when I first started blogging over two years ago now. Her and her friend's blog was/is predominantly about gardening but Keener had this side story that she worked on over time with multiple posts. I've been... Continue Reading →

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