medicine cabinet


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Noun1.medicine cabinet - cabinet that holds medicines and toiletriesmedicine cabinet - cabinet that holds medicines and toiletries
cabinet - a piece of furniture resembling a cupboard with doors and shelves and drawers; for storage or display
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medicine cabinet

medicine chest narmadietto farmaceutico or dei medicinali

medicine cabinet

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Physicians declare first week of Spring as Medicine Cabinet Clean-up Week
Now in its updated second edition, The Alternative Medicine Cabinet is an award-winning guide to nontraditional remedies to common health problems.
Start an autumnal equinox ritual: check your medicine cabinet by September 22 each year.
And if you're unsure of what you should keep at home in your medicine cabinet ask your community pharmacist who will be able to advise.
Having grandkids to stay with me regularly means I tend to give my medicine cabinet a once over roughly every six months, replacing anything that's expired.
The Be Ready For Winter campaign is also urging Scots to restock their winter medicine cabinet, ask pharmacists for help in treating common winter ailments and use routine doctor's appointments where possible.
Your local pharmacy or the NHS Direct website provide great advice on what to have in your medicine cabinet to treat them.
This was yet another stop on a never-ending quest for a suitable medicine cabinet for the country house and there was no reason to expect to find it.
For Amish and Mennonites, salves and ointments made from these very same plants are trusted staples in almost every medicine cabinet.
Minnich said the problem has hit home in West Boylston, citing two cases involving teenagers stealing drugs from a medicine cabinet.
Many of the professionals use these new products themselves, as found in the medicine cabinet of Dermatologist Dendy Engelman, MD, whose practice is in the Hamptons, Long Island, featured in the publication, Prevention.