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Five Innovative Teams Set to Transform Pain Measurement Technology
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Member-Supported Society is Adding Common Sense to Artificial Intelligence
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CCHR urges a ban be extended to all shock machines used for behavioral and mental health treatment, citing brain damage and other harms.
Patient-founded nonprofit seeks to stimulate innovative research to improve outcomes for patients with ROS1+ cancers.
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CCHR says millions of taxpayer dollars are wasted on psychotropic drug research later found to be flawed and harmful to consumers
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American Indian and Alaska Native people are being defrauded in a mental health system that has harmed them for centuries; government suspends 100 behavioral providers in crackdown on fraud.
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CONSTANTA, Romania - -- Diamond Reserve (DMDR) is proud to unveil its pioneering cryptocurrency venture, introducing a groundbreaking concept that bridges the gap between digital assets and real-world value. Unlike conventional cryptocurrencies, DMDR...
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The BLACK DANDELION Poem has Created a Literacy Phenomenon in the State of Michigan and Beyond
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Inventor says pairing overlapping bistable domes and artificial intelligence enables unique paper thin shape sensors, soft robots, and using thinner stronger metals to reduce vehicle weight and climate change.
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CCHR joins survivors of electroshock torture in NZ in condemning a very late apology issued by a psychiatric association, spanning half a century of neglecting the abuse endured. The group wants justice for victims of analogous abuse in the U.S.
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CCHR, a mental health industry watchdog, which has documented over 1,000 cases of potential psychiatric-drug-induced acts of violence since the 1980s, reinforces the need for mandated toxicology tests in violent crimes.
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From marketers, for marketers: 2024 B2B Insights on AI, budget allocation, and content strategies in Health, Food, Tech, and Sustainability
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Subjecting 100,000 Americans, including children, to electroshock (ECT) constitutes torture, given the risks associated with it, CCHR says.
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Mental health industry watchdog discloses that 3.3 million U.S. children are given psychiatric drugs despite WHO disapproving of these for children younger than 12
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The provocative theory presented in the book "Sex On the Wrong Brain" as well as website and screenplay of the same name suggests that recent worldwide spikes in sexism, racism, and authoritarianism blamed on COVID shutdowns and isolation were fueled by m
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Mental health industry watchdog calls for an end to federal funding for psychedelic drug research on active-duty service members and veterans, likening it to the risky covert hallucinogenic experiments of 70 years ago.