Don't Harm Them Twice: When the Language Surrounding Benzodiazepines Adds

By | December 20, 2015

Don't Harm Them Twice: When the Language Surrounding Benzodiazepines Adds
When Valium got a bad rap under the label “tranquilizer,” the term “anxiolytics” was introduced to describe a newer crop of benzodiazepine tranquilizers—Xanax, Ativan, Klonopin, etc—that were more potent but carried smaller dosage labels, deceiving …
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Man leads officers on two-city chase
… the Natchez Trace Park Service called the Madison Police Department and reported that Hal Tyrone Taylor, 41, had threatened to commit suicide by injecting himself with a large amount of insulin and taking several Klonopin, according to a news release.
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Benzodiazepines: Psychiatry's Weakest Link
And Stevie Nicks, the famous rock singer, has written and spoken out angrily about losing 8 years of her life to Klonopin. Blog postings about benzodiazepines and their related problems are some of the most popular and widely read and discussed …
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