Sunday, June 01, 2003

Bad combination of prescription drugs asserted as defense to murder

The defendant in a Roanoke murder case is claiming that she was not responsible for her actions because she had taken two antidepressant drugs (Zoloft and Paxil) that don't mix, according to this report in the Roanoke Times.

Coincidentally, this story in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette discusses the link theorized between anti-depressants and teen violence.

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