What Is Causing the Autism Epidemic?

What Is Causing the Autism Epidemic?

There are 28 comments on the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal story from Jan 27, 2014, titled What Is Causing the Autism Epidemic?. In it, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal reports that:

One in 88 American children has been diagnosed as autistic. Dr. J G Moellendorf, DC, ND, LCP examines recent research into the possible causes of this epidemic.

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Since: Jan 14

Etobicoke, Canada

#21 Jan 29, 2014
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Friend

Sherbrooke, Canada

#23 Jan 29, 2014
Successful Chiropractor wrote:
Needs to be said--again, and again and again.
Once more wouldn't hurt. Enjoy.
Man, this is good.
The tool 'wisdom' says all, not some, but all of chiropractic is quackery. Next breath--he said he practiced chiropractic for over 20 years and made a lot of money during the 'mercedes 80's' when it was easy to steal from insurance companies.
See, chiropractic became quackery the day the tool went bankrupt and was unable to further scam insurance companies,that, or he is the biggest liar of all time.
Knowing, at least in his little mind that chirorpactic was quackery, the tool still saw fit to treat patients and bill their insurance companies knowing he was practicing quackery. A con's con.
In order to get paid by insurance companies, you have to provide a treatment and diagnostic code. Which ones did he use? Oh, oh, I see. The tool put down, "I adjusted this patient's neck for no reason, now pay me."
Fast forward--the tool is now pretending to be an MD with no MD degree, training or license. Not one shred of proof--then again, he is a fraud who can't back up his mouth. Says a lot--offers no proof. That's called being an 'expert'.
And you can bet the farm the tool called himself "Dr." for the 20 plus years he practiced chiropractic. He also had everyone else call him "Dr." And, of course, he sent in bills to the insurance companies as "Dr." Yet he said he did not believe, for one second, what he was doing was honest--yet he still billed and took (stole) money from the insurance companies. Good lord.
you could say the same thing about psychiatry. a world of nothing? oh yeah they are the ones leading genetic study on autism. 15 years of study 0 results. its the vaccines causing autism
Psychiatry Garbage

Winnipeg, Canada

#24 Jan 29, 2014
Friend wrote:
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you could say the same thing about psychiatry. a world of nothing? oh yeah they are the ones leading genetic study on autism. 15 years of study 0 results. its the vaccines causing autism
Psychiatry is in Pharma's pocket. They not only are responsible for telling the public that autism is a mental illness, they mess with the DSM to alter other aspects to help deflect from vaccine injuries. Even with evidence regressive autism is not inherited from parents, they keep implying it is and mention nothing about the truth.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#25 Jan 30, 2014
I would have to agree. Psychiatry is 85% pseudoscience and worthless--as is psychology. I will agree that certain medications offer temporary help for emotional issues.
These doctors see a wide variety of patients. But from what I've seen, their success with drug addicts and alcoholics is bordering on zero to one per cent. Their success with family issues (marital problems and children with behavioral disorders) is also just about zero.
In the past I've referred dozens of patients to psychiatrists and psychologists--mostly for these types of problems. I've stopped doing it since I never saw one person get off of street drugs or any couple get back together.
Oh, and psychologists, especially, are very defensive. Not one can handle criticisim. You'll see. I'm sure to get a response from a know-it-all psychologist, defending their profession by citing bogus research and false statistics. So, just sit back, relax, and enjoy their certain acerbic responses. They're funnier in person when they're spouting off--some of them get so angry they twitch!
Wisdom

Brooklyn, NY

#27 Jan 30, 2014
Says our resident chiropractor, "I will agree that certain medications offer temporary help for emotional issues."

That's real generous of you mr. chiropractor. Please elaborate on your training in psychology and psychiatry. Have you ever "seen" or "evaluated " even one person for his/her psychiatric disorder? Ever prescribe even one psychiatric medication? Ever have a family member in crisis or true depression? Have you ever even met a schizophrenic?

Please do tell.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#28 Jan 31, 2014
Needs to be repeated. But first, the fraud 'wisdom' is not an MD so his opinions on medication is worthless. The tool asks for my experience yet he has zero of his own. Just a faud.

I would have to agree. Psychiatry is 85% pseudoscience and worthless--as is psychology. I will agree that certain medications offer temporary help for emotional issues.
These doctors see a wide variety of patients. But from what I've seen, their success with drug addicts and alcoholics is bordering on zero to one per cent. Their success with family issues (marital problems and children with behavioral disorders) is also just about zero.
In the past I've referred dozens of patients to psychiatrists and psychologists--mostly for these types of problems. I've stopped doing it since I never saw one person get off of street drugs or any couple get back together.
Oh, and psychologists, especially, are very defensive. Not one can handle criticisim. You'll see. I'm sure to get a response from a know-it-all psychologist, defending their profession by citing bogus research and false statistics. So, just sit back, relax, and enjoy their certain acerbic responses. They're funnier in person when they're spouting off--some of them get so angry they twitch!

Since: Jan 07

Location hidden

#29 Jan 31, 2014
The only one defensive and cant handle criticisim is the one claiming to be a 'successful chiropractor' and when one so persistently focuses and attacks one specific person it's clear why. Don't fool yourself, we see right through it. We're the ones sitting back and enjoying the twitch of why a successful chiropractor would dancing around the autism-chiropractor treatment claims and add nothing of value to that topic.
Successful Chiropractor

Buffalo Grove, IL

#30 Jan 31, 2014
he he he he he I can see 'friends' twich from here. And she's funny as hell! ha ha ha ha Touchy, touchy! he he Told you so! Moooooooooooo hahahhhahahhaah Some advice to 'friends'--next time do your twitch dance in the street so everyone can laugh at you. You would be doing everyone a great public service. Ciao, baby!

Thus, for your enjoyment, a repeat:

Needs to be repeated. But first, the fraud 'wisdom' is not an MD so his opinions on medication is worthless. The tool asks for my experience yet he has zero of his own. Just a faud.

I would have to agree. Psychiatry is 85% pseudoscience and worthless--as is psychology. I will agree that certain medications offer temporary help for emotional issues.
These doctors see a wide variety of patients. But from what I've seen, their success with drug addicts and alcoholics is bordering on zero to one per cent. Their success with family issues (marital problems and children with behavioral disorders) is also just about zero.
In the past I've referred dozens of patients to psychiatrists and psychologists--mostly for these types of problems. I've stopped doing it since I never saw one person get off of street drugs or any couple get back together.
Oh, and psychologists, especially, are very defensive. Not one can handle criticisim. You'll see. I'm sure to get a response from a know-it-all psychologist, defending their profession by citing bogus research and false statistics. So, just sit back, relax, and enjoy their certain acerbic responses. They're funnier in person when they're spouting off--some of them get so angry they twitch!

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