over-the-counter drug

NOUN
  1. a drug that is sold without a prescription
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How To Use over-the-counter drug In A Sentence

  • Over-the-counter drugs such as carbamide peroxide, benzocaine, menthol, or eucalyptol can lessen the pain.
  • None of the subjects acknowledged using any medications, including over-the-counter drugs.
  • Most of the soaps recommended for acne are over-the-counter drugs. Take Care of Your Skin
  • If it is a cosmetic and not an over-the-counter drug, it has not received approval for safety and efficacy. Take Care of Your Skin
  • Over-the-counter drugs such as carbamide peroxide, benzocaine, menthol, or eucalyptol can lessen the pain.
  • There are some over-the-counter drugs that can help with the neurological trigger. Times, Sunday Times
  • Plus, he added, patients tend to perceive over-the-counter drugs as less "serious" than prescription drugs, and thus may not take them in accordance with the label instructions. Pfizer Looks At Lipitor Over Counter
  • Can over-the-counter drugs improve my stamina, memory and overall exam performance? Times, Sunday Times
  • At any given time of day, junkies line up inside, jonesing for their over-the-counter drugs.
  • Some over-the-counter drugs and medications cause a rash in people who are allergic to them. Times, Sunday Times
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