An organization that works against the labeling and medicating of children. Provides information regarding the subjective labels and the risks associated with drug treatment.
A one hour documentary which examines the dramatic increase in the prescription of behavior-modifying drugs for children.
How a government corrupted by special interests is spawning a generation of medicated preschoolers.
Summarizes an article in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
Summarizes how various narcotics increase and decrease sensory attention and motor activity, and argues that medicating children to get satisfactory behavior is the wrong approach for a number of reasons.
State legislatures are moving to prevent schools from recommending or requiring that parents put their children on behavior medication. This comes at a time when many drug manufacturers are encouraging parents to consider their products as possible solutions to school problems. [Requires free NYTimes.com registration to view.]
"Attention deficit disorder" is a hoax in that there is no such "mental disorder" to "diagnose" and "treat." Children labled as ADD are normal. They differ from what is expected of them in that they are of the Artisan (SP) temperament, and ADD reflects a medical bias against this personality type.