From Gary Kohls
October 5, 2006

Preventive Psychiatry E-Newsletter # 216: More on SSRI-Induced Suicides/Homicides: It Isn't Just About School Shooters

From: Eileen Dannemann, Director, National Coalition of Organized Women www.progressiveconvergence.com and http://www.slavetothemetal.org

South Carolina:

http://www.motherjones.com/news/outfront/2004/11/10_401.html

http://www.petitiononline.com/4989/petition.html

Christopher Pittman was only 12 when he shot and killed both of his grandparents, and torched their home. He blames Zoloft for the crime that has put him behind bars, as does his family.

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Fox News -- The Big Story With John Gibson
October 4, 2006

TRANSCIPT

FNC 10/04/06 17:17:42: sisters, aged 7 and 8. their horse drawn wagons will pass right by us here in front of this church, john. john: rick leventhal, thank you very much. tragedies like this one in pennsylvania and in colorado last week seem to be inexplicable, but listen to this. more often than not, antidepressants are involved. they found antidepressants in duane morrison's jeep. and we know that the f.d.a. warned doctors that antidepressants can cause both suicidal and homicidal thoughts. in 2002 douglas kennedy was the first to expose the link between antidepressants and violence, a report that sparked congressional hears and he's here with us now. >> four years ago we showed that seven out of the 12 previous school shooters were either on anti-depress acts or withdrawing from antidepressants. and since then the trend has continued with 16-year-old jeff wise who snapped while on prozac, killing nine people and wounding five at his high school in red lake, minnesota. and moments ago i spoke with sheila matthews of ablechild.org, trying to get congress to protect schoolchildren from this kind of violence. so what do you want congress to do here? >> i want an investigation into the correlation between the psychiatric drugs and the school shooters. i want toxicity screening done on the school shooters to see if they were on any antidepressants because clearly there's a link. >> when you had a relative who had a bad time on antidepressants. describe that to me. >> my brother-in-law committed suicide while withdrawing from antidepressants, and totally out of character, a loving man, we miss him dearly and we want to prevent this from happening. >> you run into lots of stories like that? >> that's right. >> describe some of those. >> well, as a founder of the able child, victims come to us all the time, their children are committing suicide on these drugs and we're very concerned. it's a public health issue. >> now lots of new studies show antidepressants, not only do they not prevent suicide, they actually cause suicide and violence. >> that's correct. >> why are so many people still taking them? >> because the evidence is not being broadcast and i think that it's time with all of...

See video here: http://mms.tveyes.com/ExpandGuest.asp?ln=140891 (it may take a moment to open depending on your internet connection speed - press the Play button in the middle)

Stop a future school shooter. Get this out http://www.petitiononline.com/TScreen/petition.html and into the hands of the public.
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By Betty Martini
Mission Possible International and Mission Possible Aviation
October 5, 2006

Pilots be alerted to protect your health and occupation. A press release on 10/4/2006 from BEVNET reports Air Force Nutrisoda, sucralose/Splenda laced products are already in 20 airports across the nation. They are also being sold in select retail stores, hotels and cruise lines. http://www.bevnet.com

On learning the news Washington D.C. Attorney, James Turner said: "Splenda is the latest in corporate food America's effort to use people's desire for sweet taste to systemically undermine their health. Once again pilots and their passengers are put at risk by the possibility that Splenda will cause debilitating injuries including possibly seizures which impair the pilots ability to fly."

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NewsTarget Insider Alert
(www.NewsTarget.com)
October 5 2006

HEALTH WARNINGS / CRITICISM

Dear readers,

Since October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, you'll start seeing "pink" products everywhere and you might be urged to donate money, buy pink products or run for the cure. Even though we're told that every penny helps, where do those pennies go? If we are donating all this money for a cure, then why are women not being told the truth about preventing breast cancer with vitamin D, green tea, foods, herbs and alternative therapies?

Why are the treatment options explained to women limited to high-profit drugs, radiation, surgical procedures and more mammography -- a procedure that actually causes breast cancer by irradiating breast tissue?

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By Jitendra Joshi
September 29 2006

WASHINGTON (AFP) - A US doctors' group sued seven leading fast-food chains including McDonald's and Burger King over their use of a "dangerous carcinogenic" in grilled chicken.

The Washington-based Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) filed suit in California "to compel the restaurants to warn unsuspecting consumers" through in-store posters and menu messages.

The group said every sample of grilled chicken products from the seven national chains "tested positive for a dangerous carcinogenic compound called PhIP" during analysis at an independent laboratory.

PhIP is one of a group of carcinogenic compounds called heterocyclic amines (HCAs) that are found in grilled meats. In 2005, the US government officially added HCAs to its list of cancer-causing agents, the doctors' group said.

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Posted by Amy Wheeler
as posted on www.RitalinDeath.com
Jun 29 2006

BOSTON - Massachusetts, Maine and Rhode Island have released statements undercutting the fraudulent "chemical imbalance of the brain" marketing that is the foundation of billions of psycho-pharmaceutical dollars and the entire mental health diagnosis process.

All six New England state mental health agencies were given Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests to produce documents "showing a) the existence of chemical imbalance of the brain, b) any known test for chemical imbalance of the brain and c) any test that shows what a correct chemical balance of the brain would be." While Vermont, New Hampshire and Connecticut continually refused to answer this very controversial request, the other three New England states admitted to having no such data or documents.

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NewsTarget.com
October 4 2006

(NewsTarget) The EPA announced Aug. 3 that its 10-year review of U.S. pesticide safety had been completed, and administrator Stephen L. Johnson issued an optimistic statement that said, "By maintaining the highest ethical and scientific standards in its pesticide review, EPA and the Bush administration have planted the seeds to yield healthier lives for generations of American families."

Environmental activists were skeptical about the statement, but, surprisingly, so were some EPA scientists. In May, nine presidents of EPA scientist unions and risk managers wrote a letter to Johnson expressing concerns about the EPA considering approval of organophosphate (OP) and carbamate pesticides. These chemicals can be neurotoxic, especially in developing fetuses, infants and children.

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The Boston Globe
www.boston.com
By Bruce Mohl Globe Staff
September 25, 2006

The region's biggest dairies are rushing to rid their bottled milk of artificial growth hormones in a bid to draw back customers who have switched to organic milk.

Dean Foods, which operates the Garelick plant in Franklin, and H.P. Hood, which operates a plant in Agawam, are demanding that regional farmer cooperatives supply them with milk from cows that haven't been injected with synthetic hormones that boost milk production.

Over the next few weeks, jugs of Hood and Garelick milk with labels pledging "no artificial growth hormones" should start filling supermarket shelves -- a strategy the dairies hope will satisfy the chief concern of consumers going organic and do so at less than half the retail price of organic milk.

"The phenomenal success of organic milk, with growth rates of 20 percent or more, is driving our demand for milk from cows not treated with artificial growth hormones," said John Kaneb, the chief executive of Chelsea-based Hood.

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BY TOM WEBB
September 23, 2006
Pioneer Press

Sales on rise years after dairy hormone controversy

For more than a decade, government and agribusiness have declared cow's milk with artificial growth hormones to be perfectly safe. But more and more, America's new moms aren't buying it.

Sales of milk free of genetically engineered hormones are showing impressive growth, even as overall milk sales remain flat. At the vanguard of the trend, analysts say, are new mothers who are especially vigilant about the first foods they give their babies and toddlers.

Their protectiveness has helped boost sales of organic milk by 25 percent a year. But lately, they've also revived a fading product line — conventional milk from cows not treated with artificial growth hormones, which is sold locally under brands like Kemps Select and Land O'Lakes Original.

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VITAMINS FIGHT MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS

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Orthomolecular Medicine News Service
October 4, 2006
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

(OMNS) New research confirms that niacinamide, also known as vitamin B-3, is a key to the successful treatment of multiple sclerosis and other nerve diseases. [1] Niacinamide, say researchers at Harvard Medical School, "profoundly prevents the degeneration of demyelinated axons and improves the behavioral deficits."

This is very good news, but it is not at all new news. Over 60 years ago, Canadian physician H.T. Mount began treating multiple sclerosis patients with intravenous B-1 (thiamine) plus intramuscular liver extract, which provides other B-vitamins. He followed the progress of these patients for up to 27 years. The results were excellent and were described in a paper published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal in 1973. [2]

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