Recent Examples of sleeping pill from the Web
But there’s a cautionary tale in the precedent of Brezhnev, who spent his final years in the Kremlin addicted to sleeping pills.
Just 37, Holcomb had sleeping pills and alcohol in his system at the time of death and had openly battled depression in the past, though his family has tried to keep details private.
Maroney went public with her story of abuse in October and recalled an instance in which Nassar gave her a sleeping pill for a flight to Japan.
An initial examination listed pulmonary congestion as a possible cause of death; a subsequent toxicology report noted the combination of sleeping pills and a 0.18% blood-alcohol level.
Why We Sleep, by Matthew Walker, the director of the Sleep and Neuroimaging Lab at the University of California, Berkeley, the sleep people get on sleeping pills like Ambien is not true sleep.
North Korea has claimed Warmbier fell into a coma that resulted from botulism and a sleeping pill.
For the first time in two weeks, Trina Gray’s sleeping pills were working.
For this population and others, sleeping pills might actually work faster and be easier to come by.
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SLEEPING PILL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sleeping pill for English Language Learners
: a pill that contains a drug which helps a person sleep
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