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  1. 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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  2. Deaths linked to anxiety drug increase to record highRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2015 | Western Telegraph

    Deaths linked to a class of drug commonly prescribed for anxiety and insomnia reached a record high in England and Wales last year, an investigation has found. Fatalities linked to benzodiazepines - a type of drug prescribed more than 10 million times in 2014 - were at 372, the most since records began in 1993 and up 8% on the previous year, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics .

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  3. Deaths linked to anxiety drug increase to record highDeaths linked to ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2015 | Stourbridgenews.co.uk

    Deaths linked to a class of drug commonly prescribed for anxiety and insomnia reached a record high in England and Wales last year, an investigation has found. Fatalities linked to benzodiazepines - a type of drug prescribed more than 10 million times in 2014 - were at 372, the most since records began in 1993 and up 8% on the previous year, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics .

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  4. Record deaths linked to sleeping pills blamed on unregulated internet salesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2015 | Mirror.co.uk

    Record numbers of deaths linked to prescription drugs used to treat anxiety and insomnia are being blamed on unregulated sales over the internet, writes Stephen Hayward in the Sunday People . There were 372 deaths in England involving benzodiazepines last year, up eight per cent.

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  5. 'Night milk' effective natural sleep aid: StudyRead the original story

    Dec 16, 2015 | Newkerala.com

    London, Dec 16 : Sleep problems? Drinking cow milk collected during night time can help you have a good night's sleep without popping any pill, suggests new research. According to researchers from the Uimyung Research Institute for Neuroscience in South Korea, milk collected during night time has exceptionally rich amounts of tryptophan and melatonin, telegraph.co.uk reported.

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  6. Girls Given Risky Meds Don't Get Contraceptive AdviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2015 | MedlinePlus

    New research from a Midwestern hospital suggests a wide majority of teen girls and young women fail to get information about contraceptives when they take medications that could cause birth defects. At issue are so-called "teratogenic" medications, used for conditions ranging from acne to anxiety, that boost the risk of birth defects when taken during pregnancy.

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  7. Sleep problems? a Night milka effective natural sleep aid: StudyRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 16, 2015 | India.com

    London, Dec 16: Sleep problems? Drinking cow milk collected during night time can help you have a good night's sleep without popping any pill, suggests new research. According to researchers from the Uimyung Research Institute for Neuroscience in South Korea, milk collected during night time has exceptionally rich amounts of tryptophan and melatonin, telegraph.co.uk reported.

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  8. Increase in Antipsychotic Prescriptions Seen in Children Under Age 3 YearsRead the original story

    Dec 13, 2015 | Journal Watch

    Citing data from IMS Health, a prescription data firm, they note that antipsychotic prescriptions in toddlers increased from 13,000 to nearly 20,000 from 2013 to 2014, a 50% increase. It is not clear how many children received these prescriptions - the Times estimates it to be around 10,000. 3 comments

  9. Diazepam effects on aversive memory retrieval and extinction: Role of anxiety levels.Read the original story

    Dec 10, 2015 | CiteULike

    Benzodiazepines are anxiolytic drugs that impair memory acquisition. Previous studies using the plus-maze discriminative avoidance task indicated that the effects of BZDs on anxiety and acquisition are related to each other.

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  10. Natural Sleep Aid: Milk Harvested At Night May Contain Higher Amounts Of Sleep-Inducing PropertiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 9, 2015 | Medical Daily

    Although milk has long served as remedy to restless nights, a new animal study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food has found that milk taken from cows during the evening may contain unique properties that make it especially good for treating anxiety and insomnia. Having a warm glass of milk before bedtime is a tradition seen in cultures throughout the world, but many researchers say its sleep inducing properties are more psychological than science-based.

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  11. Got Night Milk? A Possible Treatment for Anxiety, InsomniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2015 | Wall Street Journal

    Drinking cow's milk produced at night may be a treatment for anxiety and insomnia, suggests an animal study in the Journal of Medicinal Food. A glass of milk at bedtime has long been touted as a sleep aid.

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  12. Upsher-Smith Laboratories Presents Data Evaluating PK, PD And...Read the original story

    Dec 6, 2015 | BioSpace

    These data support the continued clinical development of midazolam nasal spray and inform its potential use in elderly patients. Abstracts of the poster presentations can be found online at www.aesnet.org .

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  13. Medication NationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2015 | The American Scholar

    "Better things for better living a through chemistry" was still the slogan of the DuPont Company when I was in high school. But during my senior year, my problem was living through chemistry class.

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  14. Potent anti-seizure effects of D-leucineRead the original story

    Dec 3, 2015 | CiteULike

    The ketogenic amino acid L-leucine potently suppresses seizures in mouse models. D-leucine is more effective than L-leucine but neither induces ketosis.

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  15. Official's son in court on larceny, drug chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | Daily Dispatch

    The 33-year-old son of Vance County Commissioner Tommy Hester appeared in Vance County District Court Tuesday following his arrest last month. Thomas S. Hester III, of 2718 Satterwhite Point Road, Henderson, faces charges of felony breaking and entering, felony attempted larceny, and possessing illegal drugs.

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  16. Bradley woman facing shoplifting, drug chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2015 | GwdToday.com

    A Bradley woman was arrested after authorities say she fled a Walmart store wearing shoes which sshe did not purchase. Amy Elizabeth Sanders, 43, of 318 Damascus Church Rd., Bradley, has been charged with shoplifting more than third offense and possession of a controlled substance on connection with the incident.

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  17. Jailed for having police baton while on suspended sentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2015 | This is Oxfordshire

    Police were called in the early hours one morning to the probation hostel in Abingdon Road, Oxford, after reports of two " suspicious" males sitting in an Audi, a court heard. Julian Lynch, prosecuting, said that the two men were seen shining a torch into the houses in nearby Edith Road.

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  18. Does affirmative action cause mental illness in black and Hispanic students?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2015 | American Thinker

    There have been a lot of protests from minority students on college campuses who are angry about the alleged racism they feel from the schools they have chosen to attend. But when you read this article in the Times about minority unhappiness at Amherst, a lot of it sounds like mental anxiety, even illness, created by affirmative action: Hundreds of students crammed into Amherst College 's Robert Frost Library for a sit-in against racial injustice that turned into a confessional, as one black or Hispanic student after another rose to talk about feelings of alienation and invisibility on campus.

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  19. WA death in custody inquest: Ms Dhu's doctor 'missed' high heart rateRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2015 | Sydney Morning Herald

    The doctor who discharged a young Aboriginal woman in police custody from hospital the day before she died has admitted he "missed" her high heart rate, indicating infection. Ms Dhu, whose first name is not used for cultural reasons, died two days after being locked up at South Hedland Police Station in Western Australia in August last year, for failing to pay fines totalling $3622 for offences including assaulting police.

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  20. Is cannabis cases clogging up our courts a valid argument for decriminalisation?Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2015 | Central Western Daily

    THE move to legalise cannabis for medicinal purposes could help take a load off the court system, according to Orange solicitor Michael Madden. "There is a move in the community to have cannabis decriminalised for medical reasons, and it is a sensible move, but that discussion should go hand in hand with the broader community discussion about legalising it," he said.

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