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  1. 2 Investigators: Feds Target Dangerous Sedative Teens Are UsingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | CBS Local

    A drug legal to take, and used for date rape, is in the cross hairs of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration. It also has a local mom speaking out to CBS 2's Dave Savini in order to help others.


  2. Epsom Candidate (Adam Holland) More Liberal Than ACTRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 18 | Scoop

    For the past four years I, like 500,000 other New Zealanders, have been illegally smoking cannabis for medicinal purposes and/or even just for the occasional laugh with friends on the weekend. We don't hurt anybody, we don't cause nuisance, we don't leave smashed or empty bottles anywhere, we don't feel the need to damage other peoples property and we certainly don't feel the need to steal from anybody.


  3. Anxiety meds that won't cause sexual problems or hair loss?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | Ask MetaFilter

    Are there any traditional or non-traditional prescription medications for anxiety that don't pose a risk of sexual side effects or hair loss? SSRIs can cause both . Buspar poses a risk of hair loss, and benzos like valium pose a risk of sexual side effects. Is there anything that doesn't?


  4. New Study Links Insomnia Drug to Alzheimer's; 100% Fruit 'Berry Sleepy' Provides AlternativeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 18 | PRWeb

    Long-term use of several common anti-anxiety and insomnia drugs could increase the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease later on in life. According to the new study published in BMJ-British Medical Journal , consistant use of benzodiazepines -- including medications such as diazepam, lorazepam, alprazolam and clonazepam -- is associated with up to a 51 percent increased risk for Alzheimer's among those who use the drugs for three months or longer.


  5. Anesthesia and Postoperative Pain ControlRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | US Pharmacist

    ABSTRACT: Vasectomy is the only surgical form of male contraception being practiced worldwide. Vasectomies are safe, effective, economical, and should be approached as permanent sterilization.


  6. Narcotics Detectives Charge Levittown Teen with Possession, Criminal...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 |

    The Nassau County Police Department has arrested a Levittown male on September 16, 2014 at 9:42 pm in Levittown. According to Narcotics and Vice Bureau detectives, based on numerous complaints from neighbors, detectives conducted an undercover operation regarding the sale of Marijuana.


  7. Common Sleeping & Anxiety Pills Linked to Alzheimer'sRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 16 | PeoriaTimes-Observer

    Commonly-prescribed sleeping and anxiety pills, also known as benzodiazepines, are now under scrutiny. In a recent study, researchers found that those who take drugs like Xanax and Valium have a significantly higher risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.


  8. Best Herbs to Fight InsomniaRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 4 | HealthCentral

    If you are dealing with insomnia, you may want to try a natural treatment route before seeking out help with over the counter or prescription drugs. Countless people use herbs to treat insomnia with success.


  9. Painkillers, sedatives biggest threat when kids get into medicine chestRead the original story

    Monday Sep 15 | Reuters

    When kids under age six are hospitalized for accidentally taking prescription medications, in many cases they've gotten hold of narcotic painkillers and benzodiazepine sedatives, according to a new study. "All medications should be kept out of the reach and sight of young children," said lead author Maribeth C. Lovegrove of the Division of Healthcare Quality Promotion at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


  10. Joan Rivers: Pushing the limits of outpatient careRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | Kevin, M.D.

    There are minor operations and procedures, but there are no minor anesthetics. This could turn out to be the one lesson learned from the ongoing investigation into the death of comedian Joan Rivers.


  11. Anti-anxiety medications linked to Alzheimer's diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 |

    Long-term use of a class of medications commonly used to treat anxiety and sleep problems may be linked to an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease, a new study found. Researchers in France and Canada looked at health insurance data to track nearly 1,800 patients over age 66 in Quebec diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease and who were prescribed benzodiazepines - known by brand names like Xanax or Valium - over a six-year period.


  12. David Keisler: Spider versus ManRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | The Star

    There are several classifications of insects that bite or sting such as bees, ants, fleas, mosquitoes, wasps and arachnids or spiders. It is believed that there are more than 40,000 different kinds of spiders in the world.


  13. Questioning link between Alzheimer's and Valium-like drugRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 14 | CJAD

    A recent study is suggesting that long-term use of a drug commonly prescribed for anxiety and sleeplessness is linked to a greater risk of Alzheimer's. The study of nearly 1800 Alzheimer's patients found that they were up to 51% more likely to be diagnosed with the disease if they had extensively used the Valium-like medication, benzodiazepines.


  14. Chemical signals in brain help guide risky decisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Science Daily

    A gambler's decision to stay or fold in a game of cards could be influenced by a chemical in the brain, suggests new research. The rise and fall of dopamine plays a key role in decisions involving risk and reward, from a baseball player trying to steal a base to an investor buying or selling a stock.


  15. Heavy use of benzodiazepines linked to Alzheimer's onset in older peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | South China Morning Post

    Findings add to suspicion prolonged or intensive use of benzodiazepines such as Xanax or Mogadon causes the onset of mind-robbing disease Older people who have relied on a class of drugs called benzodiazepines to reduce anxiety or induce sleep are at higher risk of going on to develop Alzheimer's disease, new research finds. Those whose use of the medications is most intensive are almost twice as likely to develop the mind-robbing disorder.


  16. Anti-anxiety and insomnia medication linked to Alzheimer's diseaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 |

    After many studies have been done on medication and its risks of cognitive impairment, the latest study has produced a link between anti-anxiety/ insomnia drugs and Alzheimer's disease. CBS News reported on Wednesday, Sept.


  17. High levels of physical activity linked to better academic performance in boysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Science Daily

    Higher levels of physical activity are related to better academic achievement during the first three school years, particularly in boys, research shows. For instance, boys with higher levels of physical activity, and especially walking and bicycling to and from school, had better reading skills than less active boys.


  18. sedative alzheimers linkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | RedOrbit

    Benzodiazepine , a sedative that is widely prescribed to treat people suffering from anxiety and insomnia , have been linked to a 50 percent increase in the risk of Alzheimer's disease , a team of French and Canadian researchers reported Tuesday in the online edition of the journal BMJ . In the study, lead investigator Sophie Billioti de Gage of the University of Bordeaux and her colleagues looked at nearly 2,000 cases of Alzheimer's disease in Quebec residents at least 66 years of age, all of whom had been prescribed benzodiazepines.


  19. Sharks more abundant on healthy coral reefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | Science Daily

    Sharks in no-fishing zones in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park are more abundant when the coral is healthy. Sharks in no-fishing zones in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park are more abundant when the coral is healthy, according to a study published September 10, 2014 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Mario Espinoza from James Cook University, Australia and colleagues.


  20. Plant insights could help develop crops for changing climatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | Science Daily

    Crops that thrive in changing climates could be developed more easily, thanks to fresh insights into plant growth. A new computer model that shows how plants grow under varying conditions could help scientists develop varieties likely to grow well in future.