nonaddictive


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Antonyms for nonaddictive

not causing or characterized by addiction

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The commission heard from many innovative life sciences firms with new and promising products to treat patients' pain in nonaddictive, safer ways.
Claiming illegally-dealt drugs are nonaddictive and harmless is a nonsense.
Use of nonaddictive medications and cognitive therapy is useful in addressing this condition.
Additionally, the Surgeon General recently called for consideration of further strategies that could significantly accelerate the decline in smoking, including the reduction of nicotine content in cigarettes to nonaddictive levels and greater restrictions on sales, particularly at the local level, including bans on entire categories of tobacco products (1).
One wrote: "Cannabis was proven to be nonaddictive quite a long time ago.
Although it is commonly believed to be a safe, nonaddictive recreational drug, it carries many health risks, including occupational injury and automobile accidents.
Prescription drugs that Mahecha is watching as potential OTC conversions are Clarinex and Xyal for allergies, Protonix and Aciphex for stomach acid, and Rozerem, a nonaddictive sleep aid.
The controversy relates to the question of the existence of a continuum from nonaddictive misuse, e.
sleepiness may persist into the next day, and there is risk of psychological dependence even though they are nonaddictive (FDA, 2007).
Vivitrol, approved in 2006 for the treatment of alcohol dependence, is the first nonnarcotic, nonaddictive extended-release medication approved to treat opioid dependence.
Vivitrol, which was approved in 2006 for the treatment of alcohol dependence, is the first non-narcotic, nonaddictive extended-release medication approved to treat opioid dependence.
Vivitrol, which was approved in 2006 for the treatment of alcohol dependence, is the first nonnarcotic, nonaddictive extended-release medication approved to treat opioid dependence.
All natural, nonaddictive dietary supplements support sustainable weight loss by speeding up metabolism safely and reducing cravings.
The chapters are arranged in sections that focus on introducing delay discounting and its quantification, the neuroscience of delay discounting and risk taking, the relationship between delay discounting and drug and gambling addictive disorders, the role of delay discounting in nonaddictive human affairs, and empirical and theoretical extensions of the study of delay discounting.