drugs

Take a pain pill…If you can find one by David C. Stolinsky, MD

Journal/Website: 
Stolinsky.com
Article Type: 
Commentary
Published Date: 
Sunday, April 24, 2016

 

Maybe you’re better off not having the surgery but taking the painkiller.
President Barack Obama

Tacrine in the Treatment of Alzheimer's Disease

Author: 
William K. Summers, MD
Article Type: 
Feature Article
Issue: 
January/February 2000
Volume Number: 
5
Issue Number: 
1

ABSTRACT Tacrine (1,2,3,4-tetrahydro-5-aminoacridine, THA, Cognex®) has had an interesting history since its synthesis in Australia as part of the WWII effort. In 1986, it was described in its oral form as a potential treatment for Alzheimer's disease. In 1993, it became the first FDA approved treatment for Alzheimer's, but this was not without controversy, and many practitioners believed the drug was ineffective and hepatotoxic.

Influencing Behavior and Mental Processes in Covert Operations

Author: 
Joseph D. Douglass, Jr., PhD
Article Type: 
Feature Article
Issue: 
Winter 2001
Volume Number: 
6
Issue Number: 
4

In the early 1950s, U.S. intelligence concluded that the KGB, Soviet intelligence, was working hard to develop "mind control" and behavior modification drugs. Supporting evidence included the public "confessions" of numerous high-ranking communist officials, the high-profile trial in Hungary of Josef Cardinal Mindszenty, who appeared to have been drugged as he confessed to treasonous crimes, and the unusual behavior of American POWs during the Korean War.

Neuropharmacology as a Long-Range Strategic War Policy

Author: 
Russell L. Blaylock, MD
Article Type: 
Feature Article
Issue: 
Spring 2002
Volume Number: 
7
Issue Number: 
1

Our country is rotting. It is sick with a disease so shocking
that we turn our faces from it in dread.
Increasingly, it is home to a class of citizens for whom
the most basic rules of social
organization have come unraveled.

Jared Taylor
Paved With Good Intentions

Betrayed by Joseph D. Douglass, Jr., PhD

Author: 
Reviewed by Russell L. Blaylock, MD
Article Type: 
Book Review
Issue: 
Winter 2002
Volume Number: 
7
Issue Number: 
4

Sometimes in history, events of enormous brutality involving large numbers of people can be successfully kept secret from the general public for long periods of time. For example, in the case of Operation Keelhaul following World War II, hundreds of thousands of men, women and children were forcibly sent back to the Soviet Union by the United States and British governments to a certain death or enslavement in labor camps. It wasn't until Julius Epstein finally exposed this event that the world learned of this atrocity.

Pain Control or State Control?

Journal/Website: 
NewsMax.con
Article Type: 
Commentary
Published Date: 
Friday, June 8, 2001

You may have heard about the story of the psychiatrist who was prosecuted for murder because he prescribed pain medication for several patients who ultimately died. Nevertheless, you may not have thought about the implications of this news story or about how it may affect you and your loved ones.



Diary of Dreams performs at the 2016 M’era Luna festival in Hildesheim, Germany. M’era Luna, “one of the biggest dark music events in Germany,” is held each year on the second weekend in August. Close to 25,000 people attend the festival annually to hear gothic, metal and industrial music performed on two large festival-style stages.

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