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SSRI drugs based on fabricated medical myths, says psychiatrist

BY Benson: (NaturalNews) The science backing selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, or SSRIs, as an effective remedy for increasing serotonin levels in the brain and helping depression sufferers achieve mental "balance" is entirely nonexistent, warns a prominent psychiatrist in a new peer-reviewed editorial published in the esteemed British Medical Journal (BMJ).

Drinking fluoridated water can lead to hypothyroidism, depression and obesity, study finds

By Benson: (NaturalNews) Drinking water that's been artificially fluoridated with synthetic fluoride chemicals has been shown in a new peer-reviewed study to increase the risk of underactive thyroid, or hypothyroidism, by 30 percent or more.

Researchers from the University of Kent in the UK, publishing their work in the Journal of Epidemiological & Community Health, found that people who consume fluoridated water are much more likely than people who don't to suffer from a sluggish thyroid, a chronic health condition that often results in depression and obesity.

Fluoride causes hypothyroidism leading to depression, weight gain

By Wilson: (NaturalNews) The tables are finally starting to turn in regard to the perception that the world has of water fluoridation following the release of at least two reputable studies over the past three years documenting the adverse health effects caused by the chemical.

Researchers from the University of Kent, a public research university based in the United Kingdom, conducted the latest and considerably groundbreaking study on the health effects potentially caused by adding fluoride to the public's water.

Ron Paul Blames Psychotropic Drugs For “American Sniper” Murder And Other Mass Shootings

Former Congressman Ron Paul, the father of potential presidential candidate Rand Paul, said Wednesday that “American Sniper” Chris Kyle would be alive today if his killer was not using psychotropic drugs.

Paul has repeatedly linked or blamed mass shootings on the use of psychotropic drugs.

Fluoride in drinking water may trigger depression and weight gain, scientists warn

WATER fluoridation above a certain level is linked to 30% higher than expected rates of underactive thyroid in England, a study has found.

Around 10% of people in England receive water that is overexposed to fluoride

10 nutritional deficiencies that may cause depression

By Bundrant: (NaturalNews) Do you ever wonder where you positive emotions went?

If your optimistic outlook on life has soured, then you should know that - beyond psychological approaches - nutrition plays a key role in maintaining your moods.

There are several nutritional deficiencies that can lead to feelings of depression.

Landmark study links pesticides to high depression rates

By Wright: (NaturalNews) Globally, one person dies by suicide roughly every 40 seconds. Around the world, over one million people commit suicide each year -- an increase of 60 percent over the last four and a half decades. Incredibly, farmers have one of the highest rates of self-inflicted death.

Newsweek reports that suicide for farmers in the U.S. is about twice the average of the general population. However, this isn't just a problem in America; it's an international crisis.

Got the college blues? Student depression linked to low vitamin D levels

By Benson: (NaturalNews) Living away from home for the first time and having to manage a whole new workload without childhood friends or family nearby is tough for many college freshmen. But a new study published in the journal Nutrients also links vitamin D deficiency to this oftentimes overwhelming mental and emotional burden, noting that many depressed college students are lacking in vitamin D and either need to supplement or go out in the sun more often.

Bananas: natural medicine for digestive problems, depression and more

(NaturalNews) The banana plant is an herbaceous, flowering plant indigenous to the tropical regions of India, northern Australia and Southeast Asia. Its fruits, which are recognized by their crescent shape, yellow skins and sweet tastes, are one of the oldest crops cultivated by mankind and remain the most popular fruit consumed in the United States.(1) In fact, the United States Department of Agriculture claims that Americans eat more than 10 pounds of bananas per person every year.(2)