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  1. FDA takes action to protect consumers from potentially dangerous...Read the original story

    Friday Jun 19 | Medical News Today

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, in partnership with international regulatory and law enforcement agencies, took action this week against more than 1,050 websites that illegally sell potentially dangerous, unapproved prescription medicines and medical devices to consumers. These actions include the issuance of regulatory warnings to the operators of offending websites and seizure of illegal medicines and medical devices worldwide.

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  2. Why you shouldn't ask your doctor for antibioticsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Consumer Reports

    Did you ever ask your doctor for antibiotics to treat a cold? Or the flu? Or what about your child's painful ear? And did your doctor ever say "Sure! Here you go!" Well, you probably shouldn't have asked-and your doctor almost certainly should have said no. Why? Because viruses usually cause those infections, not bacteria-and antibiotics don't work against viruses.

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  3. FDA cracks down on illegal drugs and medical devices on the InternetRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Examiner.com

    The Internet offers unlimited numbers and varieties of products for sale; unfortunately a not insignificant portion are illegal and/or harmful substances. On June 18, the Food and Drug Administration , in partnership with international regulatory and law enforcement agencies, announced that they were taking action against those websites.

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  4. FDA seizes counterfeit drugs, cracks down on websitesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | CBS News

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration, along with international partners, moved this week against more than 1,050 websites that sell potentially dangerous counterfeit medicines and medical devices, the agency said Thursday. Illegal medicines and medical devices were seized worldwide, and warnings were sent to the operators of offending websites, the FDA said in a news release.

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  5. Pink Floyd track blamed for depression pills theftRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Thewestmorland Gazette

    Sam Simmonite, of New Shambles, snatched a box of anti-depressants when he became 'extremely depressed' after hearing the band's track Wish You Were Here, South Cumbria Magistrates' Court was told. Diane Jackson, prosecuting, said the 38-year-old had gone to the Boots store in Kendal on May 16 to pick up his prescription.

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  6. Rebecca Gibney opens up about her brother's brave brain tumour battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 12 | Daily Mail

    'I'll never forget the look on his face as he was wheeled into the operating theatre': Rebecca Gibney opens up about her brother's brave brain tumour battle As the bubbly family matriarch on Packed To The Rafters, she held her household together through a number of tough times. And off screen Australian actress Rebecca Gibney has had her own fair share of familial hardships and opening up about one of them on Friday, the 50-year-old recalled the harrowing experience of seeing her brother being wheeled away for brain surgery.

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  7. VA policy on marijuana and painkillers lacks consistency, veterans sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 12 | Stars and Stripes

    Since early 2013, Vietnam veteran Bill Williams had received daily doses of hydrocodone to help him deal with chronic leg and back pain. For more than 30 years, he has taken anti-anxiety drugs like Valium to help with the post-traumatic stress disorder he developed after a lengthy tour on a Navy submarine.

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  8. Half of veterans who died from opioid overdoses also received benzosRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 12 | PhysOrg Weblog

    In a recent study, nearly half of all veterans who died from drug overdoses while prescribed opioids for pain were also receiving benzodiazepines, or benzos, which are common medications for the treatment of anxiety, insomnia and alcohol withdrawal. Veterans prescribed higher doses of benzodiazepines while concurrently receiving opioids were at greater risk of overdose death than those on lower doses of benzodiazepines.

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  9. One Nation, Under Sedation: Medicare Paid For Nearly 40 Million Tranquilizer PrescriptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | Switched

    While it might appear that an epidemic of anxiety swept the nation's Medicare enrollees, the spike actually reflects a failed policy initiative by Congress. More than a decade ago, when lawmakers created Medicare's drug program, called Part D, they decided not to pay for anti-anxiety medications.

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  10. Inquiry into screening of crash co-pilotRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 11 | The Otago Daily Times

    A French prosecutor has formally opened a criminal inquiry into the Germanwings plane crash that killed 150 people to investigate whether mistakes were made in monitoring the psychological health of the co-pilot. A preliminary report into the crash of the A320 in the French Alps in March this year found that co-pilot Andreas Lubitz locked the captain out of the cockpit and deliberately steered the plane into a mountain.

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  11. France opens criminal inquiry into screening of Germanwings crash co-pilotRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 11 | Reuters

    A French prosecutor on Thursday formally opened a criminal inquiry into the Germanwings plane crash in March that killed 150 people to investigate whether mistakes were made in monitoring the psychological health of the co-pilot. A preliminary report into the crash of the A320 in the French Alps found co-pilot Andreas Lubitz locked the captain out of the cockpit and deliberately steered the plane into a mountain.

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  12. France opens inquiry into Germanwings co-pilotRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | RTE.ie

    A French prosecutor has formally opened a criminal inquiry into the Germanwings plane crash in March that killed 150 people, to investigate whether mistakes were made in monitoring the psychological health of the co-pilot. A preliminary report into the crash of the A320 in the French Alps found co-pilot Andreas Lubitz locked the captain out of the cockpit and deliberately steered the plane into a mountain.

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  13. One nation, under sedation: Medicare paid for nearly 40 million tranquilizer prescriptions in 2013Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | The Raw Story

    In 2012, Medicare's massive prescription drug program didn't spend a penny on popular tranquilizers such as Valium, Xanax and Ativan. While it might appear that an epidemic of anxiety swept the nation's Medicare enrollees, the spike actually reflects a failed policy initiative by Congress.

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  14. Could probiotics cure extreme shyness?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | Daily Mail

    Fermented foods like pickles, probiotic yoghurts and even some dark chocolates have been found to ease symptoms of social anxiety Eating fermented foods like pickles, yoghurt, and even some types of dark chocolate could help treat extreme shyness, according to a study. 'It is likely that the probiotics in the fermented foods are favourably changing the environment in the gut, and changes in the gut in turn influence social anxiety,' said the researchers from the University of Maryland and the College of William and Mary in Virginia.

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  15. Medicare Paid for Nearly 40 Million Tranquilizer Prescriptions in 2013Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | North Denver News

    In 2012, Medicare's massive prescription drug program didn't spend a penny on popular tranquilizers such as Valium, Xanax and Ativan. While it might appear that an epidemic of anxiety swept the nation's Medicare enrollees, the spike actually reflects a failed policy initiative by Congress.

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  16. Florida, Miami-Dade doctors are heavy prescribers of tranquilizers for seniors, report saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | The Miami Herald

    In 2012, Medicare's massive prescription drug program didn't spend a penny on popular tranquilizers such as Valium, Xanax and Ativan. While it might appear that an epidemic of anxiety swept the nation's Medicare enrollees, the spike actually reflects a failed policy initiative by Congress.

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  17. Black market valium seller shut downRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 10 | Newsday

    An undercover BBC Kent reporter was sold the Class C drug, also known as diazepam, via a Surrey-registered site. He was sent capsules, said to have been imported from India, through the post by a man calling himself Conan.

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  18. Understanding generalized anxiety disorder or GADRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Examiner.com

    "Chronic anxiety is a state more undesirable than any other, and we will try almost any maneuver to eliminate it." - Robert E. Neale Generalized anxiety disorder or GAD affects 6.8 million adults or roughly 3% of the U.S. population making it the most common of all anxiety disorders.

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  19. Reading drug dealers jailed following police surveillanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Get Reading

    Paul Chance from Woodley who played a leading role in dealing Class A and Class B drugs was jailed for eight years at Reading Crown Court A Woodley man was jailed for eight years after being kept under surveillance by the organised crime unit in a drug investigation called Operation Valium. Paul Chance, 49, of Colemans Moor Road, was one of four men arrested and charged in the operation which involved heroin, cocaine, cannabis and MDMA seizures at homes Whitley and Earley and a workshop unit at Woodlands Farm in Wokingham.

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  20. Judy Schachner s beloved seal point Siamese, Chicopee, was not himself, having strange "episodes."Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 7 | Philly.com

    After three such events in one week, the Swarthmore woman took her 6-year-old seal point to the vet. Chicopee had lost some weight and his skin seemed loose.

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