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  1. Exploring the use of alcohol-interactive prescription medication among US drinkersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | Science Daily

    Approximately 71 percent of American adults drink alcohol. While alcohol interacts negatively with a number of commonly prescribed medications, little is known on a population level about the use of alcohol-interactive prescription medication among US drinkers.

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  2. Almost 42% of US drinkers use alcohol-interactive prescription medications, study findsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 17 | Medical News

    Approximately 71 percent of American adults drink alcohol. While alcohol interacts negatively with a number of commonly prescribed medications, little is known on a population level about the use of alcohol-interactive prescription medication among US drinkers.

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  3. New approach to anxiety?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | Fox News

    They say you are what you eat, but exciting new research suggests otherwise: You feel what you eat. Scientists are focusing on psychobiotics, a type of bacteria found in certain foods that can produce and deliver important chemicals like serotonin to the brain.

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  4. Mom charged with attempting to poison kids' juiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 16 | CNews

    An Illinois mother was charged with attempting to kill two of her children by spiking their apple juice with prescription drugs before taking the drugs herself in a possible suicide attempt, police said on Thursday. Krystale El Khatib, 29, was charged with two counts of attempted murder for crushing several pills into her children's beverage and forcing them to drink it on Monday, the Schiller Park Police Department said in a statement.

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  5. Illinois mother charged with attempting to poison ...Read the original story

    Friday Jan 16 | WHTC

    An Illinois mother was charged with attempting to kill two of her children by spiking their apple juice with prescription drugs before taking the drugs herself in a possible suicide attempt, police said on Thursday. Krystale El Khatib, 29, was charged with two counts of attempted murder for crushing several pills into her children's beverage and forcing them to drink it on Monday, the Schiller Park Police Department said in a statement.

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  6. Coweta's Zensen puts face on need for legalizationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | The Times-Herald

    Dravet Syndrome, a genetic seizure disorder. His mother hopes to one day be able to treat him with CBD oil, derived from marijuana, instead of with the strong medications he currently takes.

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  7. Don't be too anxious, have peace in ChristRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 14 | The Wilson County News

    Stolen: 1 female Blue Pit Bull, 1 male Pit Bull mix, and 1 Yorkie, please return, no questions asked. Call Cory at 210-730-2742.

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  8. Coroner calls for urgent drug overdose actionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 11 | Sydney Morning Herald

    A coroner has linked a sixth Victorian drug overdose to the need for an electronic prescription monitor and pleaded for Labor to introduce the system - which had been a Coalition election promise - "as a matter of urgency". Drug overdose statistics also reveal that 2014 is likely to have set a record for prescription drug-related deaths, with 16 overdoses in six months linked to one particular drug alone.

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  9. Grand jury blames Pinellas Park pain doctor for deaths of three peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | St. Petersburg Times

    Three people died because a Pinellas Park pain management doctor sold them drugs they didn't need, while the profiteering doctor and his wife broke laws to hide proceeds of a conspiracy, a federal grand jury charges. Dr. Edward Neil Feldman, 75, could be sentenced to life in prison if convicted of illegally providing drugs to those who died.

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  10. GPS Watch Lets You Keep Tabs On Y...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | MediaPost

    As the father of a six-month-old baby girl, I am only now beginning to grasp the vast vistas of anxiety that open out before you when you cross the threshold of parenthood. I had no idea people can actually live this way on a day-to-day basis without constantly resorting to wine and Valium, but I'm gradually acclimating myself, and eagerly adopting technology whenever it can help alleviate the state of constant hyper-vigilance.

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  11. Bucks County woman charged after allegedly arriving drunk at liquor store with daughterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 7 | NJ.com

    Lower Saucon Township police said a 38-year-old Bucks County woman arrived drunk at a liquor store in the township Friday. A Bucks County woman was arrested Friday at a Lower Saucon Township Wine and Spirits store when she allegedly showed up drunk with her 8-year-old daughter in tow, police report.

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  12. UCaSeFiles: Street Drugs: There's Nothing Sweet About ThemRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 6 | Synapse

    A young man with a known history of recreational drug use was found unresponsive and brought in by ambulance to the ED. In the field, paramedics noted that he had a serum glucose of 6 mg/dL and they administered dextrose 50 percent.

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  13. Youth is served at ConnRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 4 | The Day

    Bryan Gross of Connecticut College, left, gets to a loose ball before Mark Elliott of Coast Guard during Sunday's men's basketball game at Coast Guard. Conn College won, 74-63.

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  14. Anti-anxiety, sleep medications increase likelihood of drug abuse -...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 3 | NewsTarget.com

    Adolescents given prescriptions for sleeping pills or anti-anxiety medications by their family doctors are up to 12 times more likely to go on to abuse those and/or other drugs into adulthood, according to shocking new research published by the American Psychological Association . A survey of more than 2,700 high school and middle school students living in the Detroit area revealed that nearly 10 percent of them had been prescribed either a benzodiazepine anti-anxiety medication such as Xanax or Valium, or a sleeping medication like Ambien or Lunesta, at some point during their lives.

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  15. Drug driving incidence '9 per cent'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 31 | Southland Times

    Nearly one in 10 drivers in a new study has admitted driving while affected by prescription or pharmacy medications, and officials say it could be the tip of the iceberg. The latest survey of public attitudes to road safety by the Transport Ministry asked 1668 driver-licence holders their attitude to several aspects of road safety, such as speed, seatbelt use and drink-driving.

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  16. Elderly overprescribed sedatives and anti-anxiety drugsRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 31 | Reuters

    Nearly 12 percent of 80-year-old women in 2008 used benzodiazepines, a class of sedatives and anti-anxiety drugs that the American Geriatrics Society says should generally be avoided in the elderly, U.S. pharmacy data revealed. Benzodiazepines include alprazolam , lorazepam and diazepam - "a little yellow pill" that the Rolling Stones dubbed "mother's little helper" in the band's 1966 rock classic.

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  17. Drug-driving fearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 31 | Southland Times

    Nearly one in 10 drivers in a new study has admitted driving while affected by prescription or pharmacy medications, and officials say it could be the tip of the iceberg. The latest survey of public attitudes to road safety by the Transport Ministry asked 1668 driver-licence holders their attitude to several aspects of road safety, such as speed, seatbelt use and drink-driving.

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  18. Venus Needs ValiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 30, 2014 | CNN

    Astronomers have determined that the planet Venus has a serious anxiety disorder. Missiles filled with benzodiazepines are being launched to Venus as well as several meditation CDs.

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  19. Magnolias are fixtures and symbols of the SouthRead the original story

    Dec 25, 2014 | The Daily Advance

    Is there another plant that symbolizes the southeastern US more than the southern magnolia? No other tree has such large shiny leaves or larger flowers. Fragrant white blooms can be as much as a foot in diameter.

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  20. Hall County mother helping push medical cannabis billRead the original story

    Dec 24, 2014 | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    A debate and push that fell flat in last year's Georgia legislative session has some new life this year. During their time off this year, lawmakers studied the idea of medical cannabis for some patients in Georgia.

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