Not Drugging Children: “promising new approach”

Sunday, May 1, 2016
Posted in category Big Pharma

Here’s an ADHD story reported by the mainstream media that boggles the mind. A young boy with “energy to spare” is, in the age of Drugs First, deemed a problem. This story’s theme is that when these normally energetic children are deemed a problem to society because they are not happy about being forced to be captive in the government schools, something has to be done to rectify the situation. The newsflash here is that addressing the child’s behavior first instead of immediately drugging the child is ”a promising new approach” and “an approach that could change the way young children are treated.”

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One Response to Not Drugging Children: “promising new approach”

  1. Craig Chapman says:

    May 2nd, 2016 at 6:44 am

    Saw this, we tried to keep the schools from going the drug route with oldest son back in the late 90′s and early 2000′s, we were not successful. Let’s hope this catches fire with kids, parents and schools. #nobigpharma   

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