Thousands Of Babies, Toddlers Prescribed Adult Antipsychotics

Andrew Rios’s seizures began when he was 5 months old and only got worse. At 18 months, when an epilepsy medication resulted in violent behavior, he was prescribed the antipsychotic Risperdal, a drug typically used to treat schizophrenia and bipolar disorder in adults, and rarely used for children as young as 5 years.

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Air Travel Is Reaching a New Level of Lunacy with Seats On Top of the Plane

Instead of offering reliable on-time service, zero baggage fees, and decent meals, airlines seem willing to try anything else to fill seats. According toWindspeed, an aerospace engineering company, one aircraft maker plans to offer its over-the-top SkyDeck seats as an option to its clients.

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The First X-Men: Apocalypse Trailer Is an All-Star Evil Team-Up

Anyone familiar with the seminal Marvel comic run Age of Apocalypse knows what to expect from the latest X-Men movie. Heck, anyone familiar with the Book of Revelation does, too. Ancient guy with four super-powered attendants comes riding in to ruin everybody’s lunch. Now, though, the first trailer for X-Men: Apocalypse shows us just how Bryan Singer’s latest cinematic superhero extravaganza has adapted the story for the screen.

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What the moon will look like for each day in 2016

If you want to know exactly what the moon will look like (to those in the northern hemisphere, at least), this video by NASA has got you covered. It tracks all the phases of the moon for 2016, that is you’ll see the moon wax and wane as it corresponds to each day of the year. It’s a really cool look at the movements of the space rock.

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