28 mars 2014, cité par Jacques-Alain Miller dans Lacan Quotidien n° 389, 30 mars 2014 :
« For more than seven years, researchers followed 34,727 people who flled prescriptions for anti-anxiety
medications like Valium and Xanax, or sleep aids like Ambien, Sonata and Lunesta, comparing them with
69,418 controls who did not. After adjusting for a wide variety of factors, the researchers found that people
who took the drugs had more than double the risk of death. » NYT.