Potent drugs, few rules, as New York ...

Potent drugs, few rules, as New York State treats disabled

There are 6 comments on the ETaiwanNews.com story from Dec 24, 2011, titled Potent drugs, few rules, as New York State treats disabled. In it, ETaiwanNews.com reports that:

Tens of thousands of powerful pills created to treat serious mental illnesses like schizophrenia are given to developmentally disabled people in the care of New York State every day After she was moved into a state-run group home, the woman, 26, who is severely mentally retarded, started gaining weight, drooling, breaking out in pimples and pulling ... (more)

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United States

#3 Dec 26, 2011
Please, be careful with your wording.
Question Mark

Winnipeg, Canada

#8 Nov 19, 2013
Is doctors/psychiatrist doing it. Its all they have. No real treatment, just pharma poison. Of course they get presents an bonus from Pharma companies for their pushing activities. And its all legal folks. Same with vaccines
Child lab rat

Saint Petersburg, FL

#9 Nov 20, 2013
Psychiatry is disgusting.

High Springs, FL

#10 Dec 16, 2013
The opinion of the psychiatrist as to what constitutes a mental illness is based on hearsay and a dangerous position for any person (victim) patient to be in without legal protection and parents and friends that care enough to stop the psychiatrist and the crimes and atrocities being committed against mankind ..

Winnipeg, Canada

#12 Dec 30, 2013
This reflects on other stories where Big Pharma is allowed to experiment on vulnerable persons in prisons, and mental institutions. It is defined as medical science but its cruel and abusive if not criminal.
NAMI is a pharma front

Saint Petersburg, FL

#13 Jan 5, 2014
A chemical restraint is a form of medical restraint in which a drug is used to restrict the freedom or movement of a patient or in some cases to sedate a patient. These are used in emergency, acute, and psychiatric settings to control unruly patients who are interfering with their care or who are otherwise harmful to themselves or others in their vicinity. Chemical restraints are also referred to as a "Psychopharmacologic Agent", "Psychotropic Drug" or "Therapeutic Restraints" in certain legal writing.

The use of chemical restraint has been criticized. It has been found to be mismanaged by health care workers for the convenience of the staff rather than the benefit of the patient, as workers use them to prevent patients from resisting care rather than improving the health of the patient

State-run group homes use a ton of them.

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