Thursday, September 21, 2023


“You may choose to look the other way, but you can never say again that you did not know.”

— William Wilberforce

U.S. Suicide Rate in 2022 Highest Ever Recorded, COVID Lockdowns Played a Role

by Carolyn Hendler, JD
chair knocked over
Some 49,500 people committed suicide last year in the United States. This is the highest number for self-inflicted deaths ever recorded in ...

Research Linked to Leading Cause of Alzheimer’s Disease May Have Been Fabricated

by Natasha Hobley
holding brain
For nearly two decades, Alzheimer’s disease research, research funding, and prescribed drugs have been centered around a 2006 research paper ...

Chemical Imbalance Not a Major Cause of Depression, Studies Find

by Carolyn Hendler, JD
antidepressant pills
A new study published recently in the Journal of Molecular Psychiatry questions the hypothesis that serotonin inhibition is the cause ...

Prevalence of Autism Up Around the World

by TVR Staff
A new report published in the journal Autism Research found the prevalence of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has grown to ...

Autism Rate at 1 in 14 Students in NJ’s Toms River District: A ‘Harbinger’ of Things to Come

by TVR Staff
boy looking out window
Based on findings by an autism spectrum disorders (ASD) monitoring system at Rutgers University known as the New Jersey Autism ...

U.S. Autism Rate Rises to One in 44 Children

by Natasha Hobley
blond boy cupping his hand
Last month, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control  and Prevention (CDC) published an analysis of 2018 data from nearly a ...

Autism Prevalence Rates in U.S. and Northern Ireland Continue to Rise

by Barbara Loe Fisher and Rishma Parpia
boy playing on wooden floor
At the height of the fear and confusion associated with the declaration of a coronavirus pandemic public health emergency and ...

New CDC Data Shows 94 Percent of COVID-19 Death Cases Had Underlying Poor Health Conditions

by TVR Staff
obese man sitting
The U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Sept. 2 weekly update on COVID-19 mortality in the U.S., which ...

The Debate Over ADHD and Doctor Prescribed Video Games

by Kate Raines
boy playing a video game
Story Highlights There is a long-standing debate over the value versus dangers of electronic stimulation of the brain in children ...

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