tranquilizers


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tranquilizers

A class of drugs ranging from sedatives to antipsychotic drugs.
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A survey report said that terrorism putting significant psychological impact on Pakistani nation which is using more tranquilizers during this year than previous one.
RIYADH: ARAB NEWSThe Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) has launched an electronic system to control the prescription of mental stimulants and tranquilizers, which will control the mechanism of distribution to beneficiary bodies and health organizations.
The age of anxiety; a history of America's turbulent affair with tranquilizers.
Cecil Levy said he got the four tablets believing the were the popular impotency drug Viagra, when in fact they were class C tranquilizers.
The Age of Anxiety: A History of America's Turbulent Affair with Tranquilizers.
Tramadol-related deaths have been reported in patients with histories of emotional disturbances or suicidal ideation or attempts, and histories of misuse of tranquilizers, alcohol, and other CNS-active drugs, the FDA said.
Tone's highly readable (and sometimes personal) account of the social and medical role of tranquilizers will interest many readers.
THE AGE ANXIETY: A HISTORY OF AMERICA'S TURBULENT AFFAIR WITH TRANQUILIZERS
Gazans Turn to Drugs, Tranquilizers to Deal with Embargo, Aggression.
By reminding us of such episodes, The Age of Anxiety (Basic), Andrea Tone's revelatory history of tranquilizers in America, complicates the usual tale of patriarchal oppression, in which greedy pharmaceutical companies profit by keeping housewives placid and subservient.
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.
History and psychiatry blend in THE AGE OF ANXIETY: A HISTORY OF AMERICA'S TURBULENT AFFAIR WITH TRANQUILIZERS.