cold medicine

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Noun1.cold medicine - medicine intended to relieve the symptoms of the common coldcold medicine - medicine intended to relieve the symptoms of the common cold
medicament, medication, medicinal drug, medicine - (medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease
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However, the report found that the number of calls related to young children receiving too much medicine or the wrong kind of medicine outside of a hospital setting increased 43 percent between 2002 and 2012, with the exception of calls about cough and cold medicine.
Printed by Padilla, the end result is a gorgeous luxury package that draws attention on the store shelves while enhancing Broncochem's brand identity and discouraging counterfeit for the top-selling cold medicine in the Dominican Republic.
More than half of men don't take cough or cold medicine and only a third take Vitamin C or a natural remedy.
It depends whether the cough or cold medicine also contains paracetamol or ibuprofen.
His manager, Phil Brock, said Conaway had tried to treat himself with pills and cold medicine while in weakened health.
Such items as face masks, hand soap and cold medicine sold well due to the spread of a new strain of influenza, according to the association.
Matrixx Initiatives Inc, which stopped selling its cold medicine Zicam on Tuesday, said it had 800 consumer complaints about the product but did not give it to regulators.
Avoid giving OTC medicines to children under 6; never give cough and cold medicine to children younger than age 2.
According to Shonai Kotsu, the company operating the bus, the driver said, ''I dozed off after I took cold medicine yesterday and this morning as I had a slight cold from yesterday.
One of the three, the Taixing Glycerine Factory, sold an ingredient laced with a potent poison, diethylene glycol that was later mixed into cold medicine, killing at least 100 people in Panama over the last year.
teenagers has intentionally abused cough or cold medicine to get high.
The chemical was sold to CNSC Fortune Way, a Beijing-based trading company, and then eventually to Panama, where it went into bottles of cold medicine.