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  1. Neurelis Initiates Pivotal Clinical Program For NRL-1 In The Treatment Of Acute Repetitive SeizuresRead the original story

    Monday Jan 18 | BioSpace

    NRL-1 is being developed for pediatric, adolescent, and adult epilepsy patients who experience Acute Repetitive Seizures. Neurelis has initiated the pivotal clinical trials program to support a New Drug Application in the US.

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  2. NY Mom Pleads Guilty in Drug Overdose Death of Daughter, 6Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | NBC New York

    A Westchester County mother admitted to playing a role in the death of her 6-year-old daughter, who had ingested a fatal cocktail of prescription and over-the-counter drugs on Easter before being found unconscious by father. During a court appearance Tuesday, Kathleen Dymes pleaded guilty to criminally negligent homicide, child endangerment and drug possession in the April 5 death of her daughter, Lacey Carr.

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  3. Niamh Horan: 'Irish mothers and grannies are great for having a stash of something somewhere'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 17 | Independent.ie

    Users point to our dysfunctional national relationship with alcohol as they defend their casual use of prescription drugs, writes Niamh Horan Most of us are in agreement that to unwind over a glass of wine or beer is one of life's little luxuries. For some, it helps to relax in company, for others, it heralds a good night's sleep.

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  4. Psychiatrist arrested for over-prescribing narcotics after 36 patients dieRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | Examiner.com

    A psychiatrist is not the type of doctor that uses pain medication in their practice, but this doctor was over-prescribing narcotic drugs and running what authorities are calling a "pill mill." He was arrested after 36 patients died, 12 from overdoses.

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  5. Some Young Women Aren't Counseled About Birth Control When They Really Need It: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | Health.com

    Medications that can cause birth defects are collectively called teratogens, and new research shows that when young women are prescribed these drugs, they are often not counseled about the potential need for birth control to avoid a risky pregnancy. In the new study , published in the journal Pediatrics , researchers looked at a group of girls and young women from ages 14 to 25 who visited a large Midwestern academic pediatric medical center between 2008-2012.

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  6. Hypertensive Disorders of PregnancyRead the original story

    Friday Jan 15 | American Academy of Family Physicians

    Elevated blood pressure in pregnancy may represent chronic hypertension , gestational hypertension , preeclampsia, or preeclampsia superimposed on chronic hypertension. Preeclampsia is defined as hypertension and either proteinuria or thrombocytopenia, renal insufficiency, impaired liver function, pulmonary edema, or cerebral or visual symptoms.

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  7. Drug dog catches out festival foolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | Illawarra Mercury

    A University of Wollongong scholarship winner has been convicted of drug possession after he was found with ecstasy, LSD, cannabis and valium at a music festival on the South Coast. Engineering student Oliver Thomas Burgess-Buxton, 23, was detected carrying the illegal substances by a drug detection dog as he tried to enter the Dragon Dreaming Festival at Wee Jasper on the afternoon of October 23 last year.

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  8. Cleveland doctor under DEA investigation following complaints over prescriptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 12 | The Plain Dealer

    The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration is investigating an East Side doctor after receiving complaints about medicine she bought and prescribed, court records state. An application for a DEA search warrant states that in 2014 some pharmacies would not fill prescriptions from Dr. Lolita Rodriguez Agra because "they had concerns regarding the legality and truthfulness of her prescribing practices."

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  9. Rick Steves: As a young tour operator, 'I was pretty cruel'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 12 | MSN Living

    Back in the 1970s as a tour guide, I drove small groups in little minibuses around Europe with a passion for getting my travelers beyond their comfort zones. It's fun to look back on the crudeness of my techniques.

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  10. Did US Drug Ads Increase the Incidence of Depression?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 10 | NewsBlaze

    From the debut of Prozac in 1988, ten years before direct-to-consumer drug advertising, one of the top-performing drug categories in the US was depression drugs. Because depression has no drug or lab test and pop culture has convinced many that life should be one big "buzz" of extreme happiness, "depression" sailed Pharma through the 1990s and 2000s - even sometimes when people really didn't probably have it.

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  11. An affluenza epidemicRead the original story

    Sunday Jan 10 | Observer

    I love that the English language allows for new words to be added to the lexicon. Here I was, innocently thinking that "affluenza" was a new word and I find out with a little research that it has been around since the 1950s.

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  12. Dogs can suffer from sleeping disorders, tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 4, 2016 | The Raw Story

    Few things are cuter than a sleeping puppy. The more akimbo the limbs and theatrical the doggy dreams, the more aww-inducing the scene.

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  13. Rx, drugs and rock & roll: when pharma and music share the same stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2015 | Drug Researcher

    If 'Love is the drug' should Roxy Music be subject to regulatory scrutiny? Can The Verve say 'The drugs don't Work' without conducting a clinical trial? We explore the harmonious worlds of pharma and music. Earlier this year the BMJ searched its 'Back Pages' of biomedical literature and found 213 references to Bob Dylan lyrics, suggesting that many scientists love music and perhaps that some have too much timeout of mind on their hands.

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  14. The Passing of Robert SpitzerRead the original story

    Dec 28, 2015 | Psychology Today

    Bob Spitzer just passed away at age 83 in Seattle, where he had recently moved with his wife Janet Williams. He was the architect of DSM-3 , the revolutionary reclassification of psychiatric illnesses, that turned a page for psychiatry.

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  15. What You Need To Know About Potentially Inappropriate MedicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2015 | Health News Digest

    As people age, their bodies change-and so does their health care. People 65-years-old and older are prescribed medications more frequently than any other group and they often require multiple medications to manage several health conditions at the same time.

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  16. Rx, drugs and rock & roll: when pharma and music share the same stageRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 23, 2015 | In-PharmaTechnologist.com

    If 'Love is the drug' should Roxy Music be subject to regulatory scrutiny? Can The Verve say 'The drugs don't Work' without conducting a clinical trial? We explore the harmonious worlds of pharma and music. Earlier this year the BMJ searched its 'Back Pages' of biomedical literature and found 213 references to Bob Dylan lyrics, suggesting that many scientists love music and perhaps that some have too much timeout of mind on their hands.

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  17. Neurelis Receives FDA Orphan Drug Designation For NRL-1 In The...Read the original story

    Dec 20, 2015 | BioSpace

    The FDA's Orphan Drug Designation program provides orphan status to drugs intended for the safe and effective treatment of rare disorders that affect fewer than 200,000 people in the United States. This designation also allows Neurelis to be eligible for a seven-year period of U.S. marketing exclusivity upon approval of NRL-1, as well as other benefits, including tax credits for clinical research costs and the waiver of Prescription Drug User Fee Act filing fees.

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  18. Illegal online pharmacies using Twitter to pedal drugsRead the original story

    Dec 21, 2015 | Newkerala.com

    New York, Dec 21 : Illegal online pharmacies are using Twitter to promote prescription drug abuse of controlled substances, a new study has found. "This study is the first to establish an empirical link between Twitter content and illicit online pharmacies which promote the illegal sale of drugs that have significant abuse potential," said study co-author Timothy Mackey from University of California-San Diego.

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  19. Grapefruit and medicines....talkRead the original story

    Dec 20, 2015 | Vinton Today

    Many people have heard that grapefruit can cause harmful interactions with prescription medicines. Most don't know that because many citrus plants are grafted on grapefruit stems and can have grapefruit-like effects even though the products aren't thought of as being grapefruit.

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  20. Web sales 'fuel stress drug addiction'Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2015 | BBC News

    Deaths linked to a commonly prescribed class of drug, used to treat anxiety and insomnia, reached record levels in England and Wales last year. There were 372 fatalities involving benzodiazepines, up 8% on the previous year, and the highest level since records began in 1993, according to the Office for National Statistics.

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