“Psychotropic Drug Prescriptions Increase at State Prisons”

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Thirty-three percent of all inmates in New Mexico are taking at least one psychotropic drug.  The rate is up from 25% in 2013, according to a report by The Santa Fe New Mexican. While the prescription rate at the federal level is 10%, 30% of male inmates and 70% of female inmates in New Mexico are prescribed psychotropic drugs.

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3 COMMENTS

  1. 33% of all inmates
    30% of male inmates and 70% of female inmates are prescribed psychotropic drugs.

    I have a feeling that the inmates have taken over the asylums and criminals are not the ones who are locked up in prisons but the ones who run them.

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