Bad reactions to anti-anxiety medications and sedatives send more people to the emergency room than any other drugs, according to a new study published in JAMA Psychiatry. The findings come from an analysis of medical records from 63 hospitals from 2009 to 2011. Researchers noted that most of the ER visits involved adverse side effects or overdoses, and nearly 20 percent of those resulted in hospitalizations. The biggest problem-maker was the sedative zolpidem tartrate, the active ingredient in the brand-name sleep aid Ambien. The drug is available in other brands as well as in generic. The drug accounted for nearly ... Read More
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