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  1. Valerian for Sleep and Weaning Off Anxiety MedicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Psychology Today

    For my patients with insomnia , I look at a number of factors that can contribute to this. These often include hormonal imbalances, stress hormones like cortisol that can be too high, blood sugar issues, and sleep hygiene challenges.

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  2. You'd have to be high to believe the drug-driving laws were designed to improve road safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | The Spectator

    New drug-driving regulations came into force on Monday, establishing legal limits for the levels of sixteen intoxicating substances in the blood. Eight are illegal drugs, and eight are legal, prescription drugs.

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  3. Drug-drivers under fire as new laws come into effectRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Tring Today

    Those who drive while under the influence of drugs are at higher risk of being caught thanks to a new test being backed by Herts Police. The first arrest using the newly-introduced roadside drug test has already taken place in the county, just days after the legislation came into effect on Monday of this week.

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  4. Abnormal brain rhythms tied to problems with thinking in schizophreniaRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Science Daily

    By studying specially bred mice with specific developmental and cognitive traits resembling those seen in schizophrenia, researchers have provided new evidence that abnormal rhythmic activity in particular brain cells contributes to problems with learning, attention, and decision-making in individuals with that disorder. By studying specially bred mice with specific developmental and cognitive traits resembling those seen in schizophrenia, UC San Francisco researchers have provided new evidence that abnormal rhythmic activity in particular brain cells contributes to problems with learning, attention, and decision-making in individuals with that disorder.

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  5. Police welcome new drugs lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Borehamwood and Elstree Times

    The new law will not only make it easier to catch and convict drivers using illegal drugs, but also certain legal medication. Low limits have been set for eight well known illegal drugs, including cannabis and cocaine.

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  6. Call goes out for dolphinarium-free EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Ecologist

    Whale and dolphin experts from across the world today launched a new campaign at the European Parliament to ban dolphin captivity in Europe, putting an end to a long saga of abuse and exploitation. Low breeding success has rendered the captive dolphin population not self-sustaining, necessitating the capture of wild cetaceans which continues to be a threat to small, local populations.

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  7. Hit-and-run driver who caused death of pensioner while high on drugs is caged for eight yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Daily Record

    RUN driver was today jailed for eight years after causing the death of a pensioner while high on drugs. Paul Mowatt knocked down Kenneth Robertson after taking cannabis, methadone and Valium tablets then driving in Forfar in August 2013.

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  8. Backdoor Pharmacist Takes a Spin with Three New BenzosRead the original story

    Wednesday | Animal

    Diclazepam, clonazolam, flubromazelam are three new designer benzodiazepines drugs that have the five classic benzo properties - they are sedative, hypnotic, anxiolytic, muscle relaxant and anticonvulsant. To translate into normal speak: Benzos will make you chill, take a nap, stop worrying, loosen up, and - if you happen to be seizing - end your seizure.

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  9. Angels in America, in halves and in sum, soars at the RepRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Pitch

    Angels in America, Part One: Millennium Approaches and Part Two: Perestroika Through March 29 at the Kansas City Repertory Theatre's Copaken Stage, 1 H&R Block Way, 816-235-2700, kcrep.org The Kansas City Repertory Theatre, partnering again with director David Cromer , presents a long-overdue production of Angels in America Part One: Millennium Approaches and Part Two: Perestroika , in rotating repertory. The millennium has approached and receded since Tony Kushner's American epic was first staged, but the Rep's production proves that his take on Reagan conservatism and the AIDS crisis still has a lot to offer modern audiences.

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  10. Drugged-up drivers in Stevenage and North Herts in for the high jump as police welcome limitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Crow

    Motorists who put other road users in danger can now be caught and prosecuted more easily after a new law came into force on Monday. The law has set limits for eight commonly-used illegal drugs, including cannabis and cocaine, and eight prescribed drugs including painkillers and sleeping or anxiety pills such as morphine and diazepam.

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  11. Administering sedatives for patients receiving general anesthesia questionedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Although sedatives are often administered before surgery, a randomized trial finds that among patients undergoing elective surgery under general anesthesia, receiving the sedative lorazepam before surgery, compared with placebo or no premedication, did not improve the self-reported patient experience the day after surgery, but was associated with longer time till removal off a breathing tube and a lower rate of early cognitive recovery, according to a study in the March 3 issue of JAMA . Patients scheduled for surgery may experience considerable stress and anxiety.

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  12. Rebecca Gibney says she remained silent about her anxiety and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | Daily Mail

    'I felt guilty': Rebecca Gibney says she remained silent about her anxiety and depression during her early 30s 'because on the surface my life looked perfect' As the cover girl for Prevention magazine's National Prevention Week issue, Rebecca Gibney is encouraging people to open up about mental illness and incorporate it into everyday conversation. The 50-year-old Australian actress, who was plagued by severe anxiety from her mid teenage years, has revealed she remained silent about her own personal battles until she was well into her early 30s, as a result of feeling overwhelmed by a sense of guilt.

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  13. Drug drivers can be tested on the roadside with new law in force from todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Wisbech Standard

    Drug driving is being clamped down on in the Fens thanks to new legislation which comes into force today . As well as making it easier to catch and convict drug drivers of illegal drugs, the new, less complex legislation provides prescribed limits for legal substances.

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  14. Drug drivers can now be tested on the roadside say Cambridgeshire PoliceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Ely Standard

    As well as making it easier to catch and convict drug drivers of illegal drugs, the new, less complex legislation provides prescribed limits for legal substances. Chief Inspector Richard Hann, head of the Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire road policing unit, said: "We welcome the new legislation.

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  15. Prescription drug drivers can be jailed as new regulations come into force TODAYRead the original story

    Monday Mar 2 | Retford Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Motorists on prescription drugs can now be jailed as new regulations come into force today to crackdown on drug drivers.

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  16. Warnings issued to motorists who take prescription drugs ahead of a driving law shake-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 1 | Chronicle Live

    Warnings are being issued to motorists who take prescription drugs ahead of the biggest shake-up in drug driving laws for 85 years. The new law, to be introduced today, in England and Wales, will not only target those under the influence of illegal substances but also those who are driving whilst taking prescribed anxiety or pain relief drugs which could impair their abilities on the roads.

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  17. The many aspects of asthmaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 28 | NewsTarget.com

    Asthma has reached epidemic proportions with over 22 million people suffering from this condition in the United States. It is also the most chronic condition affecting our children today.

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  18. Dismantling "Major Depression"Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 28 | Psychology Today

    Almost forty years after the publication in 1980 of the epic third edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association, it is starting to become apparent that psychiatry made a historic mistake in getting rid of its traditional three or four depressive illnesses and replacing them with a single towering artifact, "major depression ."

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  19. Drug drivers will be caught say Beds policeRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 28 | Biggleswade Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. New drug driving legislation that comes into force from Monday will make it easier to catch and convict drug drivers of illegal drugs, say Beds police.

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  20. Is marijuana safe? It's more complicated than you thinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Fox News

    There are at least 10 drugs that are more deadly than marijuana, including some that are legal, such as alcohol and nicotine, a new study by researchers in Germany and Canada finds. In fact, drinking alcohol - the deadliest drug on the list - is about 100 times more dangerous than using marijuana, the scientists concluded in the study, which was based on data from animal studies and published Jan. 30 in the journal Scientific Reports .

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