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“The Center was actually able to get me into the hospital and get me the new medications that were available,” Thom said.

I take calcium and vitamin D supplements, but prescription medications are generally only for women in menopause.

On the other hand, patients may not perceive much downside to taking the medications, even if they may not help much.

These medications will not continue to work when we need them if they are handed out like candy.

Death by pills or lethal injection might be unnatural, but she believes that declining nourishment and medications is not.

From whence notwithstanding we cannot infer the general efficacy of these Stars, or co-efficacy particular in medications.

From time to time medications are rediscovered which figure in ancient pharmacopeias.

Accompanying me was the moviecameraman, Rafe Slafe, as uncommunicative and earnest in his medications as before.

Both over-the-counter and prescription medications can sometimes produce emotional or mental side effects.

Too, as the number of manufactured drugs increases, the potential for interactions among different medications increases greatly.


On this page you'll find 91 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to medications, such as: anesthetic, antibiotic, antidote, antiseptic, antitoxin, and balm.

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