There is a one-word description that can transform how the world views these so-called “medicines.” Peter R. Breggin, MD
I took this video from my porch 35 feet above Cayuga Lake in Upstate New York. The wind blew so fiercely through the frigid landscape…
A colleague asked me for the three most important things for people to know about psychiatric drugs. His idea was to have three potent ideas to open people’s eyes. My new blog on Mad in America is my answer.
Bonnie Burstow’s new novel, The Other Mrs. Smith, is a beautifully written poetic story of the tragic human suffering and despair surrounding ECT. It is also a reassuring testament to the strength and beauty human spirit as we see the protagonist Naomi heroically move beyond despair and piece by piece […]
Today we introduce our new Honored Guest Bloggers Award & Publishing Platform No one in the world has done more than Peter Gøtzsche MD to elevate professional ethics and scientific integrity in medicine and psychiatry. He co-founded the highly respected Cochrane Collaboration for scientific integrity. He is the first recipient […]
On Thanksgiving Day, Ian, who has been my research assistant for eighteen years, sent me a note giving thanks for my being alive: Happy Thanksgiving! 😀 One thing to be thankful of is Hunter Brown and his henchmen never “Got Breggin” ! 🙂 Also thankful we’re still going strong as […]
For many years, the greatest frustration in my life and the source of much sadness has been my inability to help my wife Ginger recover from her severe immune disorders that in the last few decades have caused her daily severe pain and grave physical limitations. The most recent official […]
Estimates by peers and clinicians find that three-quarters of medical students and young residents are taking psychiatric drugs, mostly antidepressants or stimulants.
Two new 2017 research studies confirm that antidepressants shorten lives and make them worse. Maslej et al. found that antidepressants “increased mortality risk by 33%” and increased cardiovascular events by 14%, in the general population. Our findings provide corroborative evidence that cardiovascular status moderates the health risks associated with AD […]
Stephen Paddock, the worst mass murderer in US history, was prescribed benzodiazepines in the form of fifty 10-milligram diazepam (Valium) tablets on June 21, according to records from the Nevada Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP). I have also received an unconfirmed report that he was prescribed antidepressants, which are commonly given […]