Anti-depressants are in the news again – and all for the wrong reasons! A recent study published in The Lancet last week concluded that Anti-depressants are not only significantly increasing the risk of suicide, particularly in our young, but they have’ far more risks than benefits’ and do .’.. nothing to ease symptoms of depression’.
I have written previously about my belief that parents today need to get back their power and stop the current over dependence on pharmaceutical drugs as the only method of healthcare. Information and making informed decisions is where the real power lies and nowhere is this more vital as when it comes to deciding whether
I was listening to a piece on the radio this morning regarding the impending changes to Insurance law and the availability of ‘cut price’ premiums to enable the over 35 year old ‘first timers’ to enter the health insurance arena now, thus avoiding a hefty premium which will be added to the base price after
In my experience, parents today are having a very hard time when it comes to the healthcare of their children and have become over reliant on already over stretched GP’s and A&E departments. One direct result of this over reliance is, that children from a worryingly young age are over medicated but seem to get