100,000 Iraqi civilians have died as a result of the March 2003 invasion Public-health experts from the USA and Iraq estimate that around 100,000 Iraqi civilians have died because of the March 2003 invasion-the majority getting violent deaths among women and children relating to military activity. Results of the research, completed among clusters of Iraqi households last month, can be published on the web by THE LANCET. Les Roberts and colleagues did a survey to investigate the result of the Iraq war on civilian deaths by comparing mortality through the 14.6 months prior to the March 2003 invasion with the 17.8 months after it.He even compared popular drugs such as for example Dexedrine and Adderall to coke and crystal meth. Tatum recognizes the dangerous effects these medications have on childrenThe federal government Centers for Disease Control and Prevention record that 11 % of school-age children have been medically identified as having deficit hyperactivity disorder and two-thirds of them take prescription drugs, such as for example Ritalin or Adderrall, which can result in a variety of health issues, including impaired brain development, stunted growth and sudden death even. Although the FDA network marketing leads millions of Americans to believe that these amphetamine stimulants are flawlessly safe, Tatum knows just from experience that isn’t the case.