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The autopsy reports on Anna Nicole Smith's son Daniel are finally being revealed (recap: two days after Anna Nicole gave birth to a baby girl, Daniel was found mysteriously dead in the hospital room); Daniel died from an unintentionally fatal combination (is there any other kind?) of Lexapro, Zoloft and methadone. Lexapro and Zoloft are prescribed for depression and anxiety disorders, while methadone is the pain reliever of choice for junkies near and far. There's been no mention or suggestion that Daniel had a drug problem, but there's not been any sort of denial, either. At any rate, the combination proved lethal; pathologist Cyril Wecht gives a sensitive explanation:

Wecht said Smith apparently died from a "classical" combination of the drugs which had a lethal "cumulative effect on the central nervous system."

"Classical?" Does that make our Wellbutrin, Adderall and Ortho Tri-Cyclen combination "post-modern?"

Pathologist: Anna Nicole Smith's Son Died From Combination of Methadone, Antidepressants [AP]