Mood-Altering Drugs and Our Children

This article is from a February 27, 2000 Q & A session titled:
Prozac: Panacea or Pandora?
Article is available at: WorldNetDaily

The article discusses the uses of Ritalin and Prozac in children, and points out similarities of psychotropic drug use in recent shooting tragedies.

According to the article, these drugs are dangerous, and are being heavily prescribed to toddlers.

So dangerous that they are being compared to LSD and PCP states the article.

“Every child, housewife and businessman who is prescribed Ritalin, Prozac, Luvox or the others is a potential time bomb waiting to explode into more tragedy.” says Dr. Ann Blake Tracy, director of the International Coalition for Drug Awareness.

Get the article here:
Prozac: Panacea or Pandora?
Geoff Metcalf talks to Dr. Ann Blake Tracy on mood-altering drugs @ 8:01 am | Article ID: 954432069