Zoloft Side Effects: Akathisia and Violent BehaviorWritten by Margaret Wommack
Zoloft is an SSRI (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor); a prescription drug that combats depression, anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), as well as other various problems. SSRIs work by allowing more serotonin to be released through brain. Seratonin is a brain chemical associated with happiness. Between nerve endings in brain, there are synapses. All signals in brain are transmitted through chemicals being produced then absorbed by one nerve and another. When these chemicals are released they are either taken in by next nerve or nerve that released them will re-absorb them and signal doesn’t pass. Some antidepressants work by blocking reuptake of Seratonin by releasing nerve. That means that more Seratonin stays in synapse in hope that it will be absorbed by new nerve which, in case of Seratonin, would continue signal of happiness.
Starrs Elected President-Elect Of The Colorado Bar Association Written by Mike Mahon
DENVER – Attorney Elizabeth A. Starrs, partner of Starrs Mihm Caschette LLP, has been elected President-Elect of Colorado Bar Association.
Starrs is first Colorado woman to be inducted into prestigious International Academy of Trial Lawyers and only third Colorado woman to be inducted into American College of Trial Lawyers.
She has distinction of having tried more legal malpractice cases than any other lawyer in Colorado. She was also part of team that successfully defended Colorado's first defective breast implant trial, and has tried employment cases involving well known and high-profile companies and individuals.
Starrs received her bachelor’s degree from University of Michigan in 1975 and her law degree from Suffolk University Law School in 1980. She is immediate Past President of Denver Bar Association and is an adjunct professor of law at University of Denver.