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  1. Seizures Therapeutic Pipeline Market Review H2 2014 Report at RnRMarketReserach.comRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2014 | PRWeb

    RnRMarketResearch.com adds Seizures Pipeline Review H2 2014 to its store. The report contains 80 pages and provides an overview of the Seizures therapeutic pipeline.

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  2. Upsher-Smith Laboratories Release: Systematic Review Presented At...Read the original story

    Dec 7, 2014 | BioSpace

    Findings from the late-breaking abstract were presented at the 68th Annual Meeting of the American Epilepsy Society in Seizure clusters are seizures that happen one after the other over a short period of time. There is a recovery period between each seizure and a pattern that is different from the usual seizure pattern.

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  3. Can you improve brain health? Scientists weigh inRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 7, 2014 | CBS News

    As baby boomers age, dementia and Alzheimer's could create significant financial and social burdens in the years to come. As a result, scientists are researching ways to mitigate or even prevent these dreaded conditions, and corporations are smelling a business opportunity.

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  4. Inmate who died could have been helped by checks - investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 2, 2014 | The New Zealand Herald

    A prison inmate who died in custody could have been helped before he died if prison staff had properly checked on him, an investigation into the death has found. Jai Davis died at the Otago Corrections Facility on February 14, 2011, after being placed in a dry cell because of suspicions he was carrying drugs internally.

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  5. Gaps in medical care for prisonerRead the original story

    Dec 2, 2014 | The Otago Daily Times

    There were gaps in the health care provided to a remand prisoner found dead in the Otago Corrections Facility in 2011, Corrections health services clinical director Debra Gell told a Coroner's Court hearing in Dunedin yesterday. Ms Gell, who led a clinical review of the care provided to Jai Davis , said while nurses had continued to be concerned about his condition and had asked corrections officers to continue observations of him, they did not provide him with the opportunity to have further medical intervention.

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  6. Checks on prisoner 'missing'Read the original story

    Dec 1, 2014 | The Otago Daily Times

    An Otago Corrections Facility log of guard checks at the cell of a prisoner on the night he died did not match what showed up on closed circuit television footage, the Dunedin Coroner's Court heard yesterday. Constable Hugh Robert Tait, who had reviewed the CCTV footage, told the hearing into the death of remand prisoner Jai Davis the corrections facility log recorded five checks over about three hours until 10.38pm on Sunday, February 13, which were not shown on camera.

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  7. Leslie Criss: Sick pup causes concern among humans, canine siblingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2014 | Newms360.com

    "Such short little lives our pets have to spend with us, and they spend most of it waiting for us to come home each day. It is amazing how much love and laughter they bring into our lives and even how much closer we become with each other because of them."

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  8. Anxiety, sleep meds raise teens' abuse riskRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 30, 2014 | The Columbus Dispatch

    Teens whose doctors prescribe them pills to ease anxiety or help them sleep are at a higher risk for drug abuse, and parents and physicians should be aware of the risks, say the authors of a new study. A three-year study in a diverse group of schools in and around Detroit found that teenagers who at some point had a prescription for anxiety or sleep medication were as much as 12 times more likely to abuse the drugs.

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  9. Prison officer's statements counter to footageRead the original story

    Nov 28, 2014 | The Otago Daily Times

    Closed circuit television records, which showed a man who died in the Otago Corrections Facility had not moved for seven hours before concerns were raised, made it difficult to accept the validity of a prison officer's statement on the matter, the Dunedin Coroner's Court heard yesterday. Forensic pathologist Dr Martin Sage told the fifth day of the hearing into the death of Jai Davis it was likely Mr Davis died some time between 10pm on February 13 and 1am the next morning.

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  10. Bill Cosby, Date Rape Drugs, and Sexual AssaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2014 | CalorieLab Calorie Counter News

    William Henry "Bill" Cosby, Jr. has the enviable description of being an American comedian, actor, author, television producer, educator, musician and activist. Unfortunately, he has been accused a few times over the years, and most recently by several women, of giving them drugs without their knowledge and sexually assaulting them.

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  11. MPs criticise Swayne over prescription drug issueRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2014 | Salisbury Journal

    TOP Tory New Forest West MP Desmond Swayne has been slammed by an all-party parliamentary group on his response to the issue of addiction to prescription drugs in Hampshire. Doctors have been accused of ignoring prescribing and withdrawal guidelines for addictive tranquilisers by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Involuntary Tranquiliser Addiction after the Journal revealed that tens of thousands of prescriptions were handed out in Hampshire in the last year.

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  12. Substance abuse assessments needed before teens prescribed anti-anxiety or sleep medicationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 27, 2014 | Medical News Today

    Teens prescribed anti-anxiety or sleep medications may be up to 12 times more likely to abuse those drugs illegally than teens who have never received a prescription, often by obtaining additional pills from friends or family members, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association. Based on surveys of more than 2,700 high school and middle school students from the Detroit area, almost 9 percent had been prescribed a potentially addictive benzodiazepine anti-anxiety medication or sleep medication at some time in their lives.

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  13. Teens given anxiety, sleep meds may be at risk for drug abuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 26, 2014 | KAUZ

    The findings show the need to conduct substance abuse assessments on teenagers before prescribing these drugs to them, the researchers said. "Prescribers and parents don't realize the abuse potential," said lead researcher Carol Boyd, a professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing.

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  14. Teens Given Anxiety, Sleep Meds May Be at Risk for Drug AbuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2014 | Mental Help Net

    Teens prescribed anti-anxiety or sleep medications are much more likely to abuse those drugs than other teens, a new study warns. The findings show the need to conduct substance abuse assessments on teenagers before prescribing these drugs to them, the researchers said.

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  15. Teens Given Anxiety, Sleep Meds May Be at Risk for Drug AbuseRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2014 | HON

    Teens prescribed anti-anxiety or sleep medications are much more likely to abuse those drugs than other teens, a new study warns. The findings show the need to conduct substance abuse assessments on teenagers before prescribing these drugs to them, the researchers said.

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  16. Teens Prescribed Anti-Anxiety Or Sleep...Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2014 | RedOrbit

    Teens prescribed anti-anxiety or sleep medications may be up to 12 times more likely to abuse those drugs illegally than teens who have never received a prescription, often by obtaining additional pills from friends or family members, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association. Based on surveys of more than 2,700 high school and middle school students from the Detroit area, almost 9 percent had been prescribed a potentially addictive benzodiazepine anti-anxiety medication or sleep medication at some time in their lives.

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  17. The Adult's Guide to Finding Drugs When You're Home for the HolidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2014 | Gawker

    If you're old and no longer in touch with your high school buddies, there's one obvious problem with coming home for the holidays: You don't know where to buy drugs anymore. Fear not.

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  18. Anti-Anxiety, Sleep Drugs to Teens Comes with Abuse RiskRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 25, 2014 | PsychCentral

    New research discovers prescription of an anti- anxiety or sleeping medication to a teen comes with a risk of illegal abuse of medications by the teen. University of Michigan researchers found that teens prescribed anti-anxiety or sleep medications may be up to 12 times more likely to abuse those drugs illegally than teens who have never received a prescription.

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  19. Teens Prescribed Anti-Anxiety or Sleep Medications More Likely to Abuse Those Drugs IllegallyRead the original story

    Nov 24, 2014 | Health News Digest

    Teens prescribed anti-anxiety or sleep medications may be up to 12 times more likely to abuse those drugs illegally than teens who have never received a prescription, often by obtaining additional pills from friends or family members, according to new research published by the American Psychological Association. Based on surveys of more than 2,700 high school and middle school students from the Detroit area, almost 9 percent had been prescribed a potentially addictive benzodiazepine anti-anxiety medication or sleep medication at some time in their lives.

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  20. Abuse of sleep, anti-anxiety drugs a growing issue among teenagers, study showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 24, 2014 | Fox News

    Statistics on teenagers abusing stimulant drugs to get ahead in school abound, but a new study suggests another rising problem among this age group: the abuse of sleep and anti-anxiety medications. According to the study, published in the journal Psychology of Addictive Behaviors , teens prescribed sleep and anti-anxiety drugs may be up to 12 times more likely to abuse them compared to teens who have never received these prescriptions.

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