“Father of ADHD” finally admits of the fictitious disease before his death
According to Natural News, if someone says that a child is affected with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder or ADHD then there are chances that the child is completely healthy and fine. This is what Leon Eisenberg, father of ADHD would have said if he was alive. When he was on his death bed, Leon, the autism and psychiatrist pioneer clearly admits that millions of little children are prescribed severe drugs for something which is fictitious and this might lead them to live a life of failure and drug addiction. As explained by Bradlee Dean who hosts The Sons of Liberty and at the same time writes for The D.C. Clothesline, ADHD is nothing but a mere theory which was developed by Leon. This theory was never proven even after knowing the fact that people like Eisenberg was hugely profited by spreading its diagnosis. Still now, as Natural News states, modern psychiatry earn huge profits by addicting the little ones to some psychostimulant drugs like Adderall and Ritalin which are quite dangerous in nature.
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Leon Eisenberg always lived life king size by making huge sum of profit from this fictitious disease because of the pharmaceutical sales. Due to this, he also received the well known Ruane Prize for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Research. He was the leader of the child psychiatry for over 40 years and through his famous studies and research works he received the above mentioned award. This was stated in the Psychiatric News. It has also been admitted that this was his own theories which were not proven by anybody else. The industry associated with medicinal sciences is taking the help of poor little children and are disconnecting them from a healthy lifestyle. Thus, this is surely hampering the lives of every individual who are turning addicted after a certain point of time.
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