This one goes out to the pharmaceutical companies who have, over the years, manufactured and promoted SSRi drugs. The off-label promotion of these drugs, along with the monetary awards for doctors who prescribe them to pregnant mothers is something you have all done remarkably well, if counting those dollars is a remarkable achievement.
It's a groundbreaking documentary entitled, The Secret Life of Babies.
Here's the press release...
Secret Life of Babies shows how the first two years of our lives are the most critical; we grow more, learn more, move more and even fight more than at any other time in our life. We have more bones in our body at birth than an adult does; yet we don’t have kneecaps. We laugh 300 times a day as a baby, but in the first few months we can’t produce tears when we’re upset.
The programme, narrated by Martin Clunes, tells some truly powerful and awe inspiring personal stories; from the baby who survived being blown off a pier in his pushchair, trapping him underwater for six minutes, to the baby whose brain has rewired itself despite the fact that half his brain had to be surgically isolated from his body when he was just a few months old.
This heart-warming and often surprising documentary tells the story of what it’s like to be a baby from their perspective. From a baby’s preference for sweet foods and aversion to plants, to the fact that they will have crawled 70 miles by their second birthday, the programme offers fascinating insights into babies’ development.
The following documentary also goes out to defence attorney teams who protect the pharmaceutical industry and their multi-billion dollar antidepressant business.
After watching, ask yourselves if you think what you do is right. If you still say 'yes' then your hearts are truly blackened.
Two Hours With Matthew - The Story of "Effexor Baby", Matthew Schultz