taken with

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Synonyms for taken with

marked by foolish or unreasoning fondness

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Up to 2,000 mg of calcium per day is considered safe, best absorbed in maximum doses of 500 mg, taken with meals.
Lithium must be taken with care, with attention to taking the proper dose, having regular blood tests, and reporting changes in diet, exercise, and the occurrence of illness.
Canadian researchers have discovered that an experimental antihypertensive drug, if taken with grapefruit juice, can cause a rash of side effects, including rapid heart rate, facial flushing and dizziness.
In completing the simulation, the participants assumed the role of a state vocational rehabilitation counselor charged with determining the course of actions to be taken with the client.
SUSTIVA should not be taken with Hismanal(R) (astemizole), Propulsid(R) (cisapride), Versed(R) (midazolam), Halcion(R) (triazolam), ergot medicines (for example, Wigraine(R) and Cafergot(R)), or Vfend(R) (voriconazole).