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  1. Bacteria May Reduce Impact Of Valium In UK RiversRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Scientific Blogging

    Valium and similar medicines degrade naturally in the environment but it takes time, and until it happens there is concern about the freshwater environment. Bacterial breakdown may give it a boost, a team of researchers has said.

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  2. PV police: Event nets 450 pounds of expired medicationRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Arizona Republic

    PV police: Event nets 450 pounds of expired medication Some drugs collected by the Paradise Valley Police Department were more than 40 years old. Check out this story on azcentral.com: http://azc.cc/1vvNND8 The Paradise Valley Police Department announced on Tuesday that it collected nearly 450 pounds of prescription drugs on Saturday as part of its second take-back event this year.

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  3. Magnesium for MS, ALS and EpilepsyRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | NewsTarget.com

    In a recent blog I wrote about the importance of magnesium for the nervous system. It was inspired by several emails from readers who shared their experiences.

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  4. Bacteria may have ability to reduce impact of diazepam on UK river environmentsRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Science Daily

    A reaction pathway that could reduce the potentially harmful impact of diazepam and similar chemicals on the UK's freshwater environment has been discovered by researchers. Diazepam -- used to treat anxiety and other similar conditions -- has been detected in rivers across the UK and Europe, having been released from waste water treatment plants.

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  5. 'Woman drugged and then sexually assaulted by man'Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 10, 2014 | Portsmouth Today

    A MAN used a cocktail of drugs to 'stupefy' a woman so he could sexually assault her, a court heard. Barry Fradgley is accused of drugging the alleged victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons, with powerful sleeping pills and tranquilisers before attacking her.

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  6. Doctor 'scared' after blowing whistle on painkiller row GPRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Sunday Herald

    A DOCTOR was left 'scared' to go to work and her life made "horrendous" after she reported her colleague for inappropriate prescribing of strong sedatives to patients, a hearing has been told. A DOCTOR was left 'scared' to go to work and her life made \"horrendous\" after she reported her colleague for inappropriate prescribing of strong sedatives to patients, a hearing has been told.

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  7. Benzodiazepines & Alzheimer's DiseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PsychCentral

    If you're taking an anti- anxiety medication referred to as a benzodiazepine - such as Xanax, Valium, Ativan or Klonopin - there's a new eye-opening study out that should get your attention. But some people use them more frequently.

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  8. Prescription bottles aren't so child-resistantRead the original story

    Sunday | Berkshire Eagle

    More than 9,000 children younger than 6 are hospitalized annually in the U.S. for the accidental ingestion of drugs. Despite the child-resistant caps on almost all prescription medicines, more than 9,000 children younger than 6 are hospitalized annually in the United States for the accidental ingestion of the drugs; three-quarters of them are 1 or 2, a new study in Pediatrics reports.

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  9. Domestic TerrorismRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 28 | Feministing

    Saturday night I was terrorized on the subway and I just can't stay quiet about it. I was riding the train with my boyfriend from Brooklyn to the Upper West Side, on the way to a friend's birthday party.

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  10. World Alzheimer's Month 2014 latest cause researchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Examiner.com

    Researchers found commonly prescribed sleeping and anxiety pills such as Xanax and Valium could lead to an increased risk for Alzheimer's disease. In honor of World Alzheimer's Month, here is a recap of the most recent studies and findings about Alzheimer's Disease.

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  11. Studies on diazepamRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Examiner.com

    In 2003, the first meta-analysis of double-blind, randomised controlled trials was carried out in Japana in order to determine the efficacy of diazepam as an anxiolytic drug, or anti-anxiety agent. The purpose of the study was to determine whether or not it was effective in treating various anxiety disorders and forms of psychosomatic disease.

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  12. Alzheimer's linked with meds for anxiety and sleepRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | WHAS11

    Medications widely used for anxiety and insomnia are linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer's in a new study. The study, published Tuesday in the medical journal BMJ, does not prove a cause-and-effect relationship between benzodiazepines drugs such as Xanax, Ativan and Valium and dementia.

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  13. Anti-anxiety, sleeping pills now linked to onset of Alzheimer's diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Catholic.org

    It now appears that the elderly have been taking a class of drugs to beat one condition, only to increase their risk for the dreaded memory-robbing diseases of Alzheimer's and dementia. A special class of drugs used to reduce anxiety and induce sleep is now being blamed for increasing the risk of Alzheimer's twofold, according to a dismaying new report.

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  14. Ergophobia: The fear of workRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Examiner.com

    Researchers found commonly prescribed sleeping and anxiety pills such as Xanax and Valium could lead to an increased risk for Alzheimer's disease. Ergophobia , is a little recognized, severe form of anxiety which is so crippling that the sufferer is incapable of either going out to work, maintaining jobs for long periods of time, or even finding work.

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  15. Ynysybwl woman placed on ASBO handed suspended prison sentence for breaching the orderRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Aberdare Online

    AN YNYSYBWL woman who was placed on an ASBO to curb her "shocking and dangerous" abuse of the emergency services has received a suspended prison sentence, after breaching the order FOUR TIMES in a month. Less than 24 hours after receiving the order in August, Vicky Davies, 43, once again dialled 999 and used set "trigger" words about her health she knew would secure her a blue light emergency response and allow her to indulge her "addiction" to opiate-based pain relief.

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  16. Anxiety Meds and Alzheimer's RiskRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 18 | HealthCentral

    Benzodiazepines such as Valium and more recent long acting types of the drug have been used for many years to treat anxiety, panic attacks, acute stress reactions and sleep disorders. Their long term use has in recent times been less popular because of their link to problems of tolerance, dependence and addiction.

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  17. Party death due to toxic cocktailRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Salisbury Journal

    THE father of a Salisbury man, who died after he mixed drugs and alcohol at a New Year's Eve party, has remembered his son's early talents before he sank into depression. Darren Lovell, 24, died at a party held at a flat in Glyndebourne Close, in Bemerton Heath, an inquest heard on Tuesday.

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  18. Woman who made 160 time-wasting calls to emergency services - costing ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | IcNetwork

    Woman who made 160 time-wasting calls to emergency services - costing A 1,000 a time - breaches ASBO within 24 hours A woman given an ASBO for making 160 "dangerous," time-wasting calls to the emergency services has now been given a suspended prison sentence after doing it again four more times. According to a statement from Rhondda Cynon Taf council, less than 24 hours after receiving the ASBO to curb her "shocking" abuse of the emergency services, 43-year-old Vicky Davies, from Ynysybwl, once again dialled 999 - and did it three more times in the following three weeks.

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  19. Dr Bill Elliott: New concerns over elderly's use of 'benzos'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Marin Independent Journal

    New research is raising concerns about the use of tranquilizer drugs in the elderly. These drugs known as "benzodiazepines" include some commonly prescribed medications such as diazepam , lorazepam , alprazolam , temezepam and others.

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  20. Tenn. officials say prescription painkillers downRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 20 | Washington Times

    Tennessee officials say doctor shopping has decreased in the three years since the passage of a state law requiring drug history checks before filling painkiller prescriptions. The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that during the first year the database was required, it flagged more than 2,000 potential doctor shoppers.

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