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USA Today Neuroleptic Series

USA Today examines dangers in the rapidly increasing prescription rate of neuroleptics in USA children.

Article For foster kids, oversight of prescriptions is scarce
USA Today exposes the massive psychiatric drugging of USA children in foster care.
News Item USA Today investigates neuroleptic psychiatric drug harm to children
A report in USA Today looks at the disability and death linked to the rapidly increasing rate of prescriptions of the super-powerful neuroleptic or "anti-psychotic" psychiatric drugs to US children.
Article New antipsychotic drugs carry risks for children
USA Today investigates hazards related to increased prescriptions of neuroleptics -- also known as antipsychotics -- given to children in the USA.
Article Adult antipsychotics can worsen troubles
USA Today investigates how neuroleptic psychiatric drugs (also called "antipsychotics") that are usually given to adults, can have special hazards when given to children, as they are in increasing numbers.
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