Label me Sane
Label Me Sane was established in 2004 by two dedicated women, Alesandra Rain and Andrea Crocker, in direct response to the over use of prescription drugs in society. It was born of personal experience, adversity, and the courage to confront the most pervasive societal problem today. What began as a seedling of thought has grown into a worldwide campaign to not only educate the public on the dangers of drugs, but also to offer viable solutions to those still suffering the clutch of addiction - to return them to a state of health.
More and more parents are looking into the safety and effectiveness of vaccinations. Greater knowledge enables parents to have the confidence to exercise their right to an informed choice.
The world's largest site on non-drug approaches for mental health. Thousands of people around the world have recovered from mental disorders and now enjoy the simple pleasures of a drug-free life.
The Five Year Freeze
The Five Year Freeze campaign brings together individuals and organisations who share the public's deep concern about genetic engineering in food and farming.
GeneWatch UK is a not-for-profit group that monitors developments in genetic technologies from a public interest, human rights, environmental protection and animal welfare perspective. GeneWatch believes people should have a voice in whether or how these technologies are used and campaigns for safeguards for people, animals and the environment. We work on all aspects of genetic technologies - from GM crops and foods to genetic testing of humans.
Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) caused by everyday medicines or anaesthetics can include depression, anxiety, insomnia, suicidal thoughts and addiction. APRILs web site was hacked- so for now you can access archived versions at this link: http://archive.org/web/ just insert the url www.april.org.uk and saved versions of the web site will be searchable.