Most importantly, do not simply give up and not medicate
"The more conclusive study will be to follow drug-naive children prospectively and then see what happens when you medicate
them," she said, adding that her team has received funding to start this study.
Supreme Court limited the government's power to involuntarily medicate
a mentally ill defendant.
"I was told that if I didn't 'medicate
' him--that is, drug him--he wouldn't learn.
Although the decision to medicate
more responsibly certainly represents an important transition in how our society uses antibiotics, it still does little to inform the public.
We pop antidepressants like aspirin to medicate
our postmodern malaise of meaninglessness.
Raich notes that it is not at all unusual for nurses to help patients medicate
Along with increasing the income tax rates on high income taxpayers, the Revenue Reconciliation Act of 1993 reduced the amount of compensation taken into account for qualified retirement plan purposes to $150,000 (adjusted for inflation), and repealed the Medicate
wage base ceiling.