The Age of Anxiety: A History of America's Turbulent Affair with Tranquilizers
Moreover, she presents data that our enthusiasm for tranquilizers
such as Xanax has not waned, even in the midst of the significant backlash against these medications.
Andrea Tone's The Age of Anxiety: A History of America's Turbulent Affair with Tranquilizers
is a sweeping analysis of the emergence of the drug in the United States.
Ironically, heavy caffeine users who also use minor tranquilizers
may ingest additional caffeine in an attempt to counteract the toxic effects of their regular high caffeine consumption (Greden, Procter, & Victor, 1981).
Takuma, 37, faced criminal charges in March 1999 for allegedly injuring teachers at an elementary school in Hyogo Prefecture by spiking their tea with tranquilizers
It doesn't call for testing for alcohol or for tranquilizers
, muscle relaxants, or any other prescription sedatives that can affect a pilot's reflexes and judgment just as severely as illegal drugs.
The man in his 40s, who worked in Kanazawa Medical University Hospital's emergency room in the town of Uchinada, obtained 8 milligrams of relaxant, 20 mg of tranquilizer
Haloperidol and some other tranquilizers
block receptor molecules for dopamine, sometimes causing symptoms of Parkinson's disease in response to the apparent lack of the neurochemical.
Collman found that dark-eyed persons and persons taking tranquilizers
had a higher risk of cataracts.
Doctors at a Tokyo hospital apologized Friday for leaving a patient in a coma after administering 10 times the required amount of tranquilizer
Black balls come loaded with a tranquilizer
and a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug.