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Question of the Day: GRE Subject Test: Psychology

Diarrhea, drowsiness, loss of appetite, muscle weakness and tembling, and slurred speech are signs of an overdose of which mood stabilizing medication?

Paxil

Luvox

Inderal

Lithium

Zoloft

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