CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS OLD TO BE SCREENED FOR MENTAL ILLNESS & PUT AT RISK OF BEING DRUGGED
Australia already has 99,355 children aged 0-11 on a potentially dangerous psychiatric drug, 2,522 of those aged 0-4 years old. Now there are psychiatric recommendations to screen our 1.8 million children under 5 years of age for mental illness. This is despite the Australian Government having issued 70 psychiatric drug warnings to warn of the risk of agitation, aggression, increased blood pressure, hallucinations, heart problems and possible death. Too often parents are not told of all the side effects at time of prescribing. read more
CHILDREN UNDER 5 YEARS OLD TO BE SCREENED FOR MENTAL ILLNESS & PUT AT RISK OF BEING DRUGGED Australia already has 99,355 children aged 0-11 on a potentially dangerous psychiatric drug, 2,522 of those aged 0-4 years old. Now there are psychiatric recommendations to...
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- Side effects of psychiatric drugs can persist for months, if not years, after stopping them. Click here to learn more
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