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  1. New system for detecting adverse effects of medications using social mediaRead the original story

    Monday Mar 16 | Science Daily

    A new system for detecting adverse effects of pharmaceutical drugs tracks information generated by patients on specialized blogs or social networks such as Twitter in real time. The researchers explain that online health information searches are the third most popular activity in Google, with 170,000 searches performed every 5 seconds.

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  2. Social Media May Allow Detection Of Adverse Effects Of Medication In Real TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 16 | Scientific Blogging

    Adverse Drug Reactions are the biggest safety concern in the health field and they refer to harmful and unintended effects of drugs administered for the prevention and treatment of illness, both at normal dosages and in cases of incorrect usage or errors in medication. They are the fourth highest cause of death for patients in U.S. hospitals and up to 15 percent of hospital expenses are due to drug-related complications despite the fact that clinical trials are larger, longer and more expensive than ever and pharmacovigilance area is high.

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  3. German Police Just Made a Gigantic Dark-Web Drug BustRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | Wired

    If anyone had forgotten the sheer scale of the dark-web drug trade, German police just offered a helpful reminder. They've seized more than a third of a ton of narcotics from a single online drug seller-a haul that, Yesterday police in Leipzig announced that they raided 38 locations and arrested seven people across Germany associated with an online drug operation known to its online customers only as "Shiny-Flakes."

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  4. Maybe Valium before surgery not so muchRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 12 | HEALTH'Sass

    Often, when you are having surgery, they hit you with a tranquilizer to calm you down before any anesthesia is even given. Now, a randomized trial of patients undergoing elective surgery showed that lorazepam before surgery did not improve self-reported patient experiences--and was associated with a longer time until removal of thebreathing tube and a lower rate of return to good thinking.

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  5. See the column...Read the original story

    Thursday Mar 12 | Window on the Clearwater

    About 71 percent of U.S. adults drink alcohol. Many commonly prescribed medications can interact with alcohol, including drugs to treat depression, diabetes, and high blood pressure.

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  6. Two people arrested in Essex after drug driving law came in last weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 9 | Echo-news.co.uk

    A NEW law to stop drug driving has seen two people arrested in Essex in its first week of use. Both suspects were tested with new equipment introduced in the county to identify the presence of eight possible illegal drugs.

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

    Monday Mar 9 | Medical News Today

    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. As reported in the online edition of Neuron , when the researchers corrected these cells' faulty rhythm, either by directly stimulating the cells or by administering low doses of a commonly used drug, cognitive deficits in the mice were reversed, results that point the way to possible therapies to address cognitive symptoms in individuals with schizophrenia.

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  8. Spared jail: Drug dealer, 27, caught with range of substancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | This is Wiltshire

    A DRUG dealer who was caught with hundreds of pounds worth of stock when the car he was in was stopped by police has been spared jail. James Buckby, 27, was one of five young men in the vehicle when police officers pulled it over in Elgin Drive on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 13. In a bag Buckby was found to have ecstasy, diazepam - the chemical name for valium - ketamine and former legal high Alpha-PVP.

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  9. Juvenile onset epilepsy can be a rough road for dogsRead the original story

    Friday Mar 6 | Cape Breton Post

    I diagnosed four-year-old Brandy with epilepsy when she was just a pup. A border collie mix, she started having mild seizures at six months of age and they quickly became worse.

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  10. Spared jail: Drug dealer, 27, caught with range of substancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 6 | Swindon Advertiser

    A DRUG dealer who was caught with hundreds of pounds worth of stock when the car he was in was stopped by police has been spared jail. James Buckby, 27, was one of five young men in the vehicle when police officers pulled it over in Elgin Drive on the afternoon of Tuesday, May 13. In a bag Buckby was found to have ecstasy, diazepam - the chemical name for valium - ketamine and former legal high Alpha-PVP.

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

    Thursday Mar 5 | 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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  12. You'd have to be high to believe the drug-driving laws were designed to improve road safetyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | 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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  13. Drug-drivers under fire as new laws come into effectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | 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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  14. Abnormal brain rhythms tied to problems with thinking in schizophreniaRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 5 | 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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  15. Police welcome new drugs lawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 5 | 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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  16. Call goes out for dolphinarium-free EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | 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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  17. Hit-and-run driver who caused death of pensioner while high on drugs is caged for eight yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 4 | 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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  18. Backdoor Pharmacist Takes a Spin with Three New BenzosRead the original story

    Wednesday Mar 4 | 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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  19. Angels in America, in halves and in sum, soars at the RepRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 3 | 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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  20. 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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