NBC Reports AGAIN About More Research Linking Social Media to Mental Health Disorders in Teens

NBC Reports AGAIN About More Research Linking Social Media to Mental Health Disorders in Teens By B.N. Frank The most heartbreaking part of this NBC segment may be at the end of the video when Savannah Sellers references a comment made by a 14 year old who wishes her parents would have taken her phone away when she was 11.  Then again – some of the adult broadcasters admitted they also had some of the same issues with social media as the teens. Activist Post and many others have reported…

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Canadian Police Are Tracking People’s “NEGATIVE BEHAVIOUR” In A “RISK” Database

Canadian Police Are Tracking People’s “NEGATIVE BEHAVIOUR” In A “RISK” Database By Press For Truth The 2002 film Minority Report was supposed to be science fiction and nothing more, but in 2019 it has become a reality as Canadian police can and have been arresting people BEFORE they commit a crime in what can only be described as an Orwellian nightmare! In this video Dan Dicks of Press For Truth breaks down Canada’s “Hub Model” a system designed to bring governmental forces together in the interest of risk assessment and…

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Calm.com Apps Don’t Protect Users from Exposure to Radiation and EMF Which Can Cause Anxiety, Insomnia, Increased Blood Pressure and Cancer Risk, etc.

Calm.com Apps Don’t Protect Users from Exposure to Radiation and EMF Which Can Cause Anxiety, Insomnia, Increased Blood Pressure and Cancer Risk, etc. By B.N. Frank There’s a saying – “The road to Hell is paved with good intentions.” If you’ve never heard of Calm.com: Calm is the #1 app for meditation and mindfulness. Enjoy 100+ guided meditations to help you manage anxiety, lower stress and sleep better. Calm is the perfect mindfulness app for beginners, but also includes hundreds of programs for intermediate and advanced users.  There is…

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Postpartum Depression: How Keeping a Wireless Baby Monitor Turned on 24/7 Could Be Contributing to It.

Postpartum Depression: How Keeping a Wireless Baby Monitor Turned on 24/7 Could Be Contributing to It. By B.N. Frank According to WebMd, 10-20% of moms and 10% of dads experience postpartum depression.  Equally significant is how common it is for parents to keep wireless baby monitors turned on and nearby 24/7 (for obvious reasons) when research has already proven that exposure to all sources of wireless WiFi radiation can disrupt the blood-brain barrier.  This disruption can lead to depression as well as many other undesirable conditions, illnesses, and symptoms in…

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It’s Official: We’re Living in the Prequel to “Blade Runner”

It’s Official: We’re Living in the Prequel to “Blade Runner” By Truthstream Media Now scientists with DARPA grants are talking about targeting the signal for depression so people’s brains can “unlearn” it… We’re officially living in the prequel to Blade Runner. Aaron & Melissa Dykes are the founders of TruthstreamMedia.com, Subscribe to them on YouTube, like on Facebook, follow on Twitter, support on Patreon. Watch their mini-documentary Obsolete here and their full-length documentary THE MINDS OF MEN here. Alternative News & Independent Views

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Professors Warned NOT TO FRIGHTEN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS By Using All-Caps

Professors Warned NOT TO FRIGHTEN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS By Using All-Caps By Daisy Luther DOES THIS SCARE YOU? According to “leading research” in the UK, using all-caps in university instructions could “frighten students into failure.” The staff at Leeds’ Trinity School was given a handful of instructions to help the future journalists of the United Kingdom succeed. Do keep in mind that these suggestions are no more outrageous than the ones here in the United States of Safe Spaces. A few lowlights highlights of the internal document obtained by Express UK…

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Feeling Lonely Or Depressed, Then Limit Social Media Time Per New Study

Feeling Lonely Or Depressed, Then Limit Social Media Time Per New Study By Catherine J. Frompovich One of the ‘things’ that figuratively blows my mind is how anyone can spend so much time on social media networks, ostensibly interacting with once-removed humans!  The lack of real, one-on-one personal interaction is missing, regardless of what social media addicts think. More and more, younger generations apparently are devoid of real, in-person social interactions and may not realize the impact that form of communication has upon their mental health and overall wellbeing.  Scientists,…

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Are You Ready for Your State Mandated Brain Implant?

Are You Ready for Your State Mandated Brain Implant? By Kurt Nimmo Brain implants are now a reality. How long will it be before you’re ordered to have one to correct thought crime? I put together a short video exploring this topic.  Kurt Nimmo is the editor of Another Day in the Empire, where this article first appeared. He is the former lead editor and writer of Infowars.com. Donate to ADE Here. Also See: A Dark Journey Into “The Minds of Men” — Activist Post Film Review Alternative News…

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Our Changing World: Sanity Or Absurdity?

Our Changing World: Sanity Or Absurdity? By Catherine J. Frompovich Every year, about 42.5 million American adults (or 18.2 percent of the total adult population in the United States) suffers from some mental illness, enduring conditions such as depression, bipolar disorder or schizophrenia. Feb.29, 2014 [1] One in five teens experiences depression. And depressed kids are at a greater risk for substance abuse and suicide attempts. Jan. 20, 2018 [2] Recently, some friends and I were discussing how the world is changing, and maybe not for the betterment of the…

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Author of iGen on CNN: Kids and Screens — “We’re on the brink of the worst mental health crisis in decades.”

Author of iGen on CNN: Kids and Screens — “We’re on the brink of the worst mental health crisis in decades.” By B.N. Frank What’s good for the goose has never been good for the gander in regard to technology and kids.  For many years already, tech inventors have been sending their kids to “low-tech” schools and restricting tech use at home.  In the meantime, at the advice of tech companies, public schools have spent a collective $60B to become “high tech.”  Students are required to use screens for long…

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