Can Sleeping Pills Increase Your Risk Of Sudden Death?

People who rely on even two sleeping pills per month have about a 35 percent chance of developing cancer, according to a 2012 study by the non-profit Scripps Health organization. Those who take prescription hypnotic medications have a 6 to 10 percent greater risk of dying of cancer than people who do not take sleeping […]
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Should Pregnant Women Avoid Antidepressants?

The newer SSRI class of antidepressants such as Prozac and Paxil are generally considered safer for all people than older tricyclic drugs such as Elavil and Pamelor. However, the results of a study released by “Human Reproduction” in fall 2012 reveal that pregnant women should strongly consider not taking any antidepressants while expecting. The importance […]
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