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Sunday, May 19, 2013
Diseases & Conditions
`Sleeping pills could improve your memory`
Taking sleeping pills could help a person improve his memory, a controversial new study has claimed.
Half the benefit of sleeping pills comes from `placebo effect`
Much of the effects of sleeping pills are in the mind, according to a study.
50 % insomniacs take sleeping pills without doc’s advice
More than half of insomniacs are risking their health by taking sleeping pills without getting proper medical advice
Popping pills for sleep may be bad for health
Popping pills to overcome insomnia may not be good for your health in the long run.
Sleeping pills don`t work for 40 percent poppers
Sleeping pills seldom worked for 40 percent of the poppers who suffer from insomnia, says a survey of 20,000 people, according to a British study
Britain spent 50 million pounds on sleeping pills
Obesity nearly doubles death risk tied to sleeping pills
Talk therapy better than sleeping pills for treating insomnia
Sleeping pills may up death risk by almost 5-fold
Intake of sleeping pills can be fatal
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