A May 2018 review published in the International Journal of Risk & Safety in Medicine, entitled “Paediatric antidepressants: Benefits and
Study Shows Micronutrient Therapy is Effective in Improving Symptoms in Children with Diagnosis of ADHD
Study shows micronutrient therapy is effective in improving symptoms in children with a diagnosis of ADHD, including aggression, anger and irritability
New Study Shows Antidepressants Increase the Risk of Developing Type 2 Diabetes in Children and Youth
New JAMA Pediatrics study has found antidepressants increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes in youths aged 5 to 20 years
OIG Investigation on Safety and Well-being of California’s Foster Children Fails to Address Psychiatric Drugs
New federal audit of California's foster care system gives the state bad marks on monitoring the safety and well-being of children in foster care, but it doesn't review the safety of foster children when it comes to them being prescribed psychiatric drugs.
A recent Miami Herald article reported that a third Florida foster child has committed suicide and is the third in less than a year for Florida’s foster care system.
A recent study published online in JAMA Pediatrics on May 1, 2017, examined education and health outcomes of children taking ADHD drugs compared to children not taking ADHD drugs. It found that the schoolchildren taking the drugs had worse outcomes than those children who weren't taking them.