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Should we add Lithium to the water supply?

Like we don’t already have enough Americans addicted to psychotropic drugs, let’s just make everyone happy go lucky by adding lithium to the drinking water.

“A Tufts psychology professor and Harvard Medical School lecturer has recommended dosing US water supplies with the lithium in order to reduce suicide rates, saving an estimated 15,000 – 25,000 lives per year.” Read more…

But is this a good idea? You decide

Sources:
ZeroHedge

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