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325 curtidas, 5 comentários - Futura Dra. Gabriela‍⚕️ (@sonhodamedicina) no Instagram: “BARROCO-LITERATURA #resumos #resumosonhodamedicina #literatura”

A really smart, short article on the infamously bad study recently released and hyped by the media on children raised by gay parents. Notice this is written with the help of the editor of the most prestigious family sociology journal and a board member of the Council on Contemporary Family.

Texas Professors Respond to New Research on Gay Parenting

WEEKEND EDITION AUGUST 2-4, 2013: Scenes From the Highway Profiling Patrol: A Very Short History of Driving While Black This essay is excerpted from “Killing Trayvon: Racism in Post-Racial America,” edited by Jeffrey St. Clair & Kevin Alexander Gray

Keystone XL Activists Labeled Possible Eco-Terrorists CounterPunch: Tells the Facts, Names the Names

nothing like speed to brighten the day (that's what Ritalin is) That's Right! Give Your OVERSEDATED Loved One Some SPEED To Top Off That Buzz!!! WOW What YEAR Is This?? Look At How Long The Drug Companies Have Been PUSHERS!!.. SAD! Everybody THINKS They Should Be Taking SOMETHING!! Better Living Through CHEMICALS!!...

These Are The Ridiculous Ads Big Pharma Used To Convince Everyone They Have ADHD

Brighten the day--with Ritalin! Listen, I've been on Ritalin.if I had run around looking like this, they would have had me committed. Vintage Ad, old woman laughing historically

When women used to be depressed or were not “taking care of their men” properly their husbands could send them to the psych ward for attitude adjustments. This was part of conditioning them to always wear a smile. They believed that if a woman saw herself smiling that it would become natural practice and that she would be “cured”. This often went along with shock therapies.

They believed that if a woman saw herself smiling that it would become natural practice and that she would be “cured”. This often went along with shock therapies.

Diathermia,  using a galvanized current to jolt psychosis sufferers. A   patient undergoing lateral cerebral diathermia treatment in the early 1920's

19th and 20th century psychiatry: 22 rare photos

A patient undergoing lateral cerebral diathermia treatment in the early Diathermia used a galvanized current to jolt psychosis sufferers. Doctors eventually deemed it unsafe and unreliable. - Frightening Look At The Old Insane Asylums Best of Web Shrine

Creepy Photographs Inside Asylums Throughout History. Makes you wonder how could this ever happen.

31 Haunting Photos From Old Mental Asylums

Abandon by society - mental hospitals "Treating" patients. Texas accused of 'Warehousing' mentally disabled population

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She sits looking up from her book to see the orphanage, the empty run down house, creaking in the wind. No one else is outside even the one strange boy isn't looking out the window at her.

Early treatments to cure disability were often brutal. Versions of the tranquilizer chair can still be found in some institutions.

Tranquilizer Chair from Bedlam - treatment of the mentally ill featured in Delirium by J.

The Madwoman (The Obsession of Envy) — Theodore Gericault

Gericault - More details La Monomane de l'envie (Insane Woman), 1822 (Museum of Fine Arts of Lyon)

Here are some general facts about schizophrenia. This diagram briefly discusses the history of the mental illness, environmental factors, some signs and symptoms, and how one might receive a diagnosis.

Case study of a patient with paranoid schizophrenia. The Regulation of GMOs in Europe and the United States: A Case-Study of Contemporary European Regulatory Politics .

Bayer’s branded product “Heroin” which was touted as a non addictive substitute for morphine… until it was discovered that it actually metabolized into morphine, only on a much more powerful scale.

Bayer’s branded product “Heroin” which was touted as a non addictive substitute for morphine… until it was discovered that it actually metabolized into morphine, only on a much more powerful scale. (Sorry - not really that funny.

Trepanation, 14th century artwork from Anathomia (1345) by Italian anatomist Guido da Vigevano.  This procedure was used to treat headaches, migraines, epilepsy and mental illness.  Grim.

Trepanation, century artwork from Anathomia by Italian anatomist Guido da Vigevano. This procedure was used to treat headaches, migraines, epilepsy and mental illness.