Mental Health

Study: High Fructose Intake May Drive Aggressive Behaviors, ADHD, More

Study: High Fructose Intake May Drive Aggressive Behaviors, ADHD, More

Diets high in sugar may increase a person's risk for developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, bipolar disorder and aggressive behaviors, according to a report published Friday by the journal Evolution and Human Behavior. Researchers from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus suggest that fructose, a component of sugar and high-fructose corn syrup, and uric acid, a fructose metabolite, may work to bring about the onset of ...
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Paris Hilton Releases New Documentary “This is Paris”, Reveals That She Was Subjected to MKULTRA-Style Abuse

Paris Hilton Releases New Documentary “This is Paris”, Reveals That She Was Subjected to MKULTRA-Style Abuse

The documentary “This is Paris” reveals that Paris Hilton was abducted and forced to attend a school that engaged in MKULTRA-style torture. Maybe unwillingly, the documentary also shows how Paris is still under the control of powerful handlers. If one recalls the early 2000s, you might remember douchebags wearing Ed Hardy trucker hats and everyone being obsessed with Paris Hilton. Mostly known for wearing sunglasses, and ...
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Cambridge Trandgender Study: Psychiatrists Pressured to Accept Transgender Narrative or Remain Silent

Cambridge Trandgender Study: Psychiatrists Pressured to Accept Transgender Narrative or Remain Silent

Psychiatry sits on this knife-edge: running the risk of being accused of transphobia or, alternatively, remaining silent throughout this uncontrolled experiment Abstract Summary In the past decade there has been a rapid increase in gender diversity, particularly in children and young people, with referrals to specialist gender clinics rising. In this article, the evolving terminology around transgender health is considered and the role of psychiatry is ...
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Study Says Noncompliant People to Wearing Masks and Social Distancing May Be A Psychopath!

Study Says Noncompliant People to Wearing Masks and Social Distancing May Be A Psychopath!

Are you tired of social distancing? Tired of the lockdowns? Do you find yourself wishing things would just go back to normal like they were in 2019 when we were all just regular debt slaves to the central banks? Well then you just might be a psychopath. That’s right, according to a brand new peer-reviewed study published on May 31st 2020 people who ignore the new ...
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Survey Finds People Who Identify As Left-Wing More Likely to Have Been Diagnosed With Mental Illness

Survey Finds People Who Identify As Left-Wing More Likely to Have Been Diagnosed With Mental Illness

A new survey of more than 8,000 people has found that those who identify with left-wing political beliefs are more likely to have been diagnosed with a mental illness. Ann Coulter’s “liberalism is a mental disorder” catchphrase has become something of a clichéd meme, but the data appears to support it. Carried out by Slate Star Codex, the online survey collected a wealth of data from respondents ...
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A Quarter Of Kids Treated At Transgender Clinics May Just Be Autistic, New Study Finds

A Quarter Of Kids Treated At Transgender Clinics May Just Be Autistic, New Study Finds

A few short days after former psychologists at the NHS's flagship Gender Identity Development Service (GIDS) told Sky News they feared young people were "being over-diagnosed and then over-medicalised," warning that: "We fear that we have had front-row seats to a medical scandal." The Daily Mail reports that Australian doctors, writing in the Journal Of Autism And Developmental Disorders, stated that "The few studies employing diagnostic criteria for ASD suggest a prevalence ...
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AG Bill Barr Issues Memoradum Anouncing Orwellian Pre-Crime Program with Government Backdoors to Devices, Apps

AG Bill Barr Issues Memoradum Anouncing Orwellian Pre-Crime Program with Government Backdoors to Devices, Apps

U.S. Attorney General William Barr issued a memorandum to all U.S. attorneys, law enforcement agencies and top ranking Justice Department officials announcing the imminent implementation of a new “national disruption and early engagement program” aimed at detecting potential mass shooters before they commit any crime. Per the memorandum, Barr has “directed the Department [of Justice] and the FBI to lead an effort to refine our ability ...
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Antidepressants for Seniors Have Doubled in Two Decades

Antidepressants for Seniors Have Doubled in Two Decades

Depression is common in older adults, occurring in 2% of those aged 55 years and older and rising with increasing age. Many more — from 10% to 15% — struggle with depressive symptoms, although they may not have been diagnosed with major depression.1 That being said, there’s been a major rise in the number of antidepressants being prescribed for older adults over the last two decades, ...
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Study: 78% of College Students with Gender Issues Meet Criteria for Mental Health Problems

Study: 78% of College Students with Gender Issues Meet Criteria for Mental Health Problems

A new study that examined students who claim to have gender identity issues found that, compared with 45 percent of students who are comfortable with their biological sex, 78 percent of gender-disturbed students met the criteria for at least one mental health problem. Researchers affiliated with the Boston University School of Public Health, Harvard Medical School, and University of Michigan School of Public Health, conducted the ...
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Newsweek: Time to Rethink Taboo on Cannibalism?

Newsweek: Time to Rethink Taboo on Cannibalism?

Since cannibalism is found throughout the animal kingdom and therefore is something natural, perhaps it is time for humans to rethink the “ultimate taboo” against eating human flesh, Newsweek proposes in an article Wednesday. There is nothing necessarily unethical or unreasonable about eating human flesh, declare psychologists Jared Piazza and Neil McLatchie of Lancaster University, but careful reasoning over the merits of cannibalism is often “overridden ...
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