"It's always been my getaway—my Valium, if you will," he says.
Elvis also had the painkillers morphine and Demerol; tranquilizers Placidyl and Valium; and Chlorpheniramine, an antihistamine.
Kinkade had died of “acute ethanol and diazepam intoxication”—alcohol and Valium.
In the interim, however, can someone please put some Valium in the water served at the next House Republican Caucus?
A new report says patients who take drugs like Xanax, Valium, and Ambien have a higher risk of dying.
A bit of advice for Republican establishment types: Stockpile your Valium for March 2016.
1961, proprietary name (Hoffmann-La Roche Inc., Nutley, N.J.) of diazepam (reg. U.S.), of unknown origin.
Valium Val·i·um (vāl'ē-əm)
A trademark used for diazepam.
A common prescription tranquilizer; trademark for the drug diazepam.