Current News News & Information for April 30, 2019 How religious experiences may benefit mental health Religion may have a wide range of health benefits, research suggests. For instance, a study that appeared last year found that religious believers tend to live 4 years longer, on average, while another […]
Current News News & Information for March 31, 2019 Part 6: Torturing Patients Interview VI of VIII, Dr. Breggin describes how Yale’s visiting professor, Jose Delgado, put caps on the heads of patients to stimulate their brain by remote control—and how Dr. Breggin’s reform work stopped all the Harvard/Yale […]
Current News News & Information for February 28, 2019 The Minds of Men Interview Part 4: Dr. Breggin and a Brave Reporter Fight Psychosurgery Establishment Interview IV of VIII. With help from a brave Boston Globe reporter, Dr. Breggin successfully takes on psychosurgeons from the upper echelon of the […]
Current News News & Information for January 31, 2019 Study Finds Possible Root and Simple Treatment of Schizophrenia Symptoms A first-of-its-kind study from Harvard Medical School’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) reports that a breakdown of functional connectivity between the cerebellum and prefrontal cortex may be the underlying anatomical cause for […]
Including Links to Stories Mentioned on The Dr. Peter Breggin Hour on www.PRN.fm Live on Wednesdays at 4 pm New York time. Dr. Breggin’s radio program is archived here. News This Year News 2018 News & Information for December 31, 2018 Some psychiatrists have concerned about labelling mental health conditions […]
This is an exclusive. You are the first to get the news! By Peter R. Breggin, MD A long-waited major electroconvulsive therapy case that was on the eve of trial just settled to the satisfaction of the injured ECT patients and the DK Law Group, LLP by trial attorney David […]
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In Florida in 2016 in the driveway of his home, a man fired pointblank shots through the windshield of his former girlfriend’s car and killed her new boyfriend. The accused had been started on the antidepressant Lexapro 18 days earlier. He was also put in turmoil ten minutes before his […]
New updated 2007 paperback edition of Dr. Breggin's groundbreaking book Your Drug May be Your Problem now available. Whether the drug is a sleeping pill, tranquilizer, stimulant, antidepressant, mood stabilizer, or antipsychotic, Your Drug May Be Your Problem reveals its documented withdrawal symptoms, demonstrating what many doctors don't know, […]
Dr. Breggin has a new book coming out in Spring 2008, Medication Madness.