Drugs that cause side effects are controversial, with some people taking them because they’re so effective.
The list is dominated by anti-cancer drugs and is filled with some of the most controversial drugs.
Here are the 10 drugs that cause the most side effects in the developed world.
Prozac: Side effects include depression, psychosis and suicidal thoughts.
Its a medication that’s used to treat bipolar disorder and anxiety.
It is the most popular antidepressant on the market.
Ritalin: Its a stimulant that can improve concentration, focus and speed.
It’s also linked to ADHD and narcolepsy.
Trazodone: A stimulant and mood stabiliser, it’s also a powerful mood-hormone.
Lexapro: The drug has been shown to cause schizophrenia and aggression, although experts have not found a link to depression.
Adderall: Adderill is a stimulants and mood-stabilisers drug.
It can help people with attention deficit disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and narcoma.
Tramadol: A drug used to improve coordination and focus.
It also helps people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.
Clonazepam: Clonasalazine is used to help people suffering from anxiety and depression.
Zoloft: A mood- and anxiety-boosting drug used for bipolar disorder.
It has been linked to suicide attempts.
Valium: The medication can make you feel better, but it can also make you depressed.
Prochlorperazine: A medication used to relieve depression.
It reduces the amount of serotonin in the brain and can help prevent depression.
How did the list come about?
Drugs have been listed on the list in order of the biggest risks to people.
The top drugs on the world list were chosen based on research on their effects on health and wellbeing.
Read more about the drugs on this list.
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How do I find the list of the top 10 most controversial drug drugs on Earth?
The list was created by Dr. Peter Lutz, a neurologist who specialises in neurobiology and psychiatry at University College London.
2/10 Top 10 most-controversial drugs in 2014: The list has been compiled by Dr Peter Lutz, a neuroscientist, and is a compilation of research on the health risks of drugs.
It was compiled using data from the World Health Organisation (WHO), and other international organisations.
Read the full list.
3/10 The most-debated drugs in 2016: The most controversial is a drug called lorazepate, which has been used for over 70 years by people with depression to treat depression.
There have been allegations of its side effects including psychosis, psychosis, suicidal thoughts and liver damage.
The WHO has warned that there is no safe level of the drug.
4/10 10 most popular antidepressants in 2016 So-called “super-indulgences” are highly popular in the UK, and have also been linked with depression.
One study published in the Lancet Psychiatry in 2017 claimed that the number of people taking lorax tripled between 2010 and 2016.
5/10 5 most-popular mood-altering drugs in 2017: Bupropion, an antidepressant, has also been associated with mental health problems including psychosis and mania.
6/10 3 most-used mood-boosters in 2017 So- called “medicine for people” like lor-azepol and Prozac are widely used and prescribed in the US and elsewhere.
They’re often used to combat depression and anxiety, as well as improve concentration and mood.
7/10 2 most-medicated antidepressants in 2017 Antidepressants like Prozac, Zologon, Paxil and Celexa are also used widely.
The most commonly prescribed mood-changing drug in 2017 was methylphenidate, which can cause feelings of euphoria and relaxation.
8/10 1 most-overused drug in the history of medicine It has taken us hundreds of years to discover the power of the human brain to change, adapt and evolve.
It seems that as long as our genes remain within us, we are forever destined to experience these ‘feelings’.
One man’s drug discovery could alter the course of human history.
Read on for the 10 most overused and underused drugs in history.
1/10 Most Overused Drug Ever: Lamictal Lamict-a is a mood-eliciting drug commonly prescribed to treat attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
It has also sparked controversy after it was found to have the potential to increase the risk of breast cancer.
It works by blocking a hormone called melatonin, which is essential for the body to produce the sleep-inducing hormone melatonin.
However, it has also also been implicated in a number of other serious