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A quiet drug problem among older adults, Despite warnings of overdose from experts, prescriptions continue for common anti-anxiety and sleep medications.BY PAULA SPAN • NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | reprinted in The Bulletin, March 30, 2018At first, the pills helped her feel so much better. Jessica Falstein, an artist living in Manhattan, learned she had an anxiety disorder in 1992. It led to panic attacks, a racing pulse, sleeplessness. “Whenever there was too much stress, the anxiety would become almost intolerable, like acid in the veins,” she recalled. When a psychopharmacologist prescribed the drug Klonopin, everything brightened. “It just leveled me out,” Falstein said. “I had more energy. And it helped me sleep, which I was desperate for.”Click here to read the report.