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Evelyn Pringle

Evelyn Pringle is a columnist for OpEd News and an investigative journalist focused on exposing corruption in government and corporate America, with a special emphasis on the pharmaceutical industry. Her investigative reports and articles have been featured in hundreds of publications in the United States and abroad.


Mothers Act Fuels Multibillion Dollar Industry - Part 3 of 3

April 14, 2009.
PART ONE - PART TWO
The prescribing of seven drugs, including two antipsychotics and five antidepressants, to treat OCD is a typical example of the profit-driven drugging that women snagged by the Mother's Act will face, but it's a far cry from the description Katherine wrote about regarding the comparatively minor treatment she received, when she stated in the June 7, 2004 issue of Newsweek, "in my case, that meant taking an antidepressant and going for weekly therapy sessions."
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Mothers Act Fuels Multibillion Dollar Industry - Part 2 of 3

April 10, 2009.
More Democrats than Republicans are supporting the Mother's Act. The increased campaign funding to Democrats may well explain this turn of events. For the last eight election cycles the pharmaceutical industry has contributed far more to Republicans than Democrats. In the 2006 cycle the percentage was 28% to Democrats and 70% to Republicans, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, a nonprofit group that tracks political funding.
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Mothers Act Fuels Multibillion Dollar Industry - Part 1 of 3

April 7, 2009.
Motherhood has fallen prey to the psycho-pharmaceutical complex. If new legislation known as the Mother's Act becomes law, the drugging of infants through pregnant and nursing mothers will no doubt increase.
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Psychiatric Drugging of Children Intolerable-Betrayal of Innocence

March 8, 2009.
Washington, DC The following is the third and final article in the series Psychiatric Drugging of Children. Part 2 explains how a -year-old girl named Rebecca Riley died of an overdose after being diagnosed with ADHD and bipolar disorder by Dr Kayoko Kifuji, at Tufts New England Medical Center in Boston, and placed on a three-drug cocktail....
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Psychiatric Drugging of Children Intolerable--Part 2

March 2, 2009.
Washington, DC December 13, 2006 was a major turning point in the Psychiatric Drugging of Children; it will probably go down in history as the day the nation awoke to the unthinkable truth that children as young as toddlers were being labeled mentally ill and drugged for profit.
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Psychiatric Drugging of Children Intolerable--Part 1

February 19, 2009.
Washington, DC: Last September, the Law Project for Psychiatric Rights filed what is sure to become a landmark case against the State of Alaska aimed at stopping the over-prescribing of psychiatric drugs to children covered by public health care programs in that state.
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SSRI Pushers under Fire: Part 2: America's Most Wanted

January 12, 2009.
Washington, DC Most doctors who attended conferences, medical seminars and other events throughout the 1990s were not aware that the so-called "key opinion leaders" encouraging them to prescribe the new generation of antidepressants for everything under the sun, including to children as young as infants, were nothing more than highly paid drug pushers for Big Pharma.
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SSRI Pushers under Fire

January 6, 2009.
Washington, DC Throughout the 1990's, most doctors who attended conferences, medical seminars and other events were not aware that the so-called "key opinion leaders" encouraging them to prescribe the new generation of antidepressants for everything under the sun, including to children as young as infants, were nothing more than highly paid drug pushers for Big Pharma.
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Mother's Act Promotes Pregnancy as New Cottage Industry

December 5, 2008.
Women of childbearing years represent the most lucrative market for the makers of psychiatric drugs. The knowledge that infants were being born with birth defects and suffering a withdrawal syndrome when these drugs were used during pregnancy was hidden for decades. Knowledge of these terrible risks would have caused a major drop in sales to this customer base.
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Pharmaceutical Industry Hustlers - Part II

November 23, 2008.
Pushers of SSRI Antidepressants
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