Hi Yahoo2000, I didn't read the report but my only advice would be to throw it in the computer's garbage can. We, as anxious people, worry about every thing! The last thing we need to worry about is that our meds will kill us. Unmanaged anxiety symptoms are bad for your health too and can manifest themselves in all sorts of physical ways (gastrointestinal issues, dental problems, headaches) - look at the meds as "six of one, half dozen of the other". Either we take the meds and enjoy our existence on this planet or we don't take the meds and suffer through it and maybe die right on schedule anyway.
I will tell you one thing, you cannot prevent your own demise. My Dad excercised, ate well, didn't drink or smoke anything. He died at 76 due to complications from hydrocephalus. My Mom got a rare form of ovarian cancer and died at 68. Again, the doctor said "just bad luck". My grand mom (mom's mom) turns 93 today and she drank up a storm, ate pastries for breakfast, lunch and dinner and lived with a smoker.
I used to be terrified of dying. Then I watched my parents die and I realized there is no point in being afraid. We are lucky for all the time we have on this earth. I'm not religious either. Just happy to get this opportunity to be a human on the planet.
I know, easier said than done. But the moral of the story is, I believe in taking the drugs that allow us to enjoy our existence on this planet. That sounded weird (but you know what drugs I mean, not "drugs" in general).