prescription medicine

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  • noun

Synonyms for prescription medicine

a drug that is available only with written instructions from a doctor or dentist to a pharmacist

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Other medicines, including herbal and traditional Chinese medicines, dietary supplements and over-the-counter medicines, can be imported without restriction, as long as they don't contain prescription medicine, or banned plant and animals products.
Before a prescription medicine can be made available in Australia, the company legally responsible for supplying the product must lodge a submission with the TGA.
The Ministry of Health (MoH) from next week will begin a three-month trial devised to control prescription medicine access, and if it proves successful, will be fully implemented later.
DON'T: Buy from sites that sell prescription medicines without a prescription.
Mr Hillgrove, 52, will assume responsibility for the Board Division Marketing and Sales Prescription Medicines from 1 January 2013.
Recent penetration gains hove averaged 15% for grocery and prescription medicine, according to the study.
Designed to increase awareness of the problem of youth misuse and abuse of prescription medicine, the campaign intends to educate parents and youth on how to properly use, store, and dispose of prescription medications by dropping them off at appropriate collection sites among other methods, to reduce access and opportunity for misuse or abuse.
Only five percent say they have taken a prescription medicine - whether their own or someone else's - for the purpose of getting of high
State judicial officials in 1998 admonished Rogers for taking too long to decide seven cases but suspended drug charges regarding her use of prescription medicine for migraine headaches.
Founder and CEO Herman Rappaport stated, "We believe that lasting wellness and healthcare do not end at simply treating symptoms with prescription medicine.
Findings from the online survey, conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of ViiV Healthcare in 2013, reveal gaps in knowledge about HIV and its treatment among diagnosed but untreated people living with HIV (PLWHIV), as well as misperceptions about HIV prescription medicine and fewer positive perceptions of overall well-being compared to those of PLWHIV who are treating their disease.
The seniors congress - which considers 70 percent a passing score - backed bills during the 1999 legislative session that tackled HMO reform, age discrimination and the cost of prescription medicine.
And, yes, which is the best prescription medicine to treat baldness.
A national survey showed an overwhelming majority of Americans (94%) understand it is extremely or very important to safely store and dispose of prescription medicine, however, many aren't doing enough to protect their medicines:[sup.
The program was chosen for its approach to helping consumers tackle the challenge of comparing prescription medicine costs.
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